Upscale Residential Project in NYC Now on the Market

Thirteen East + West, a high-end residential project in East Village, launched sales for its 10 condominiums and two maisonettes.
Thirteen East + West in East Village, NYC

Thirteen East + West in East Village, NYC

New YorkThe Amirian Group, a premier boutique, mid-sized developer in NYC and Bridgeton Holdings, a vertically integrated investor, owner, developer and manager of commercial and residential real estate, announced the listing of the luxury condos in their East Village twin residential developments. The two six-story modern buildings called Thirteen East + West are situated at 436 and 442 E. 13th St. and include 10 full-floor condominiums and two maisonettes.

Ryan Serhant and Brian Chan of The Serhant Team at Nest Seekers International are the exclusive sales agents for the building. The starting price is $2.35 million for each condo and $3.4 million for each penthouse residence.

“We were sensitive with pricing as we wanted to appeal to families who wanted to stay in the area, and we wanted to stay below a certain threshold. In a market where every project’s entry price is above these numbers, we felt it was more important to sell the units where the market is currently at versus where people perceive it to be. We were more realistic with our prices at this time of the cycle,” said Ryan Serhant, licensed associate real estate broker, Serhant Team, Nest Seekers International.

Vail Associates Architects designed the twin structures, combining modern and classic features such as mirrored six-story metal panels and Accoya wood facades. Each of the two-bedroom, 1,705 square-foot residences includes floor-to-ceiling windows and a home office, with internationally-inspired finishes. Ten of the 12 units offer a balcony or roof deck, and private storage.

Atop each condominium will be one state-of-the-art penthouse with an indoor fireplace, private roof deck with Viking outdoor kitchen plus a single car parking garage. Common amenities include a recreation room for children.

“While the buildings are identical in design, the two buildings’ structure is unique in character, and brings a new sense of indulgence to the East Village,” said David Amirian, president & founder of the Amirian Group.

The Amirian Group and Bridgeton Holdings acquired the development project for the two former parking garages in East Village, New York for 9.5million in January 2015. The two lots span across 26,000 square feet on East Street. Bank of the Ozarks granted a $17 million loan for the construction project in February 2016. The two luxury condominiums are slated to be completed in summer 2017.

Image courtesy of The Amirian Group