Selling briskly since sales began in April, the location of this new 82-unit condo development, the Jefferson, at 211 East 13th St. (3rd Ave) has been dubbed “Northwest East Village” by the project’s developers, Ironstate Development Company, SK Development & CB Developers, as per this NYT article.
The new neighborhood’s borders are East 11th to East 14th Street, from Avenue A to Third Avenue, whereas the generally accepted boundaries of the East Village are East 14th, East Houston, Third Avenue and Avenue D.
The Jefferson is named after the vaudville theater that used to stand on the site, and the theater’s mosaic tile floor was saved during the demolition in 2000, and may be incorporated into the design. The building will have a mix of studios to three-bedrooms, ranging from 550 to 1,650 sq ft, and apartments start at a low $1,600/sq ft. (which explains why 56 of the 82 units are already in contract).
The units will have oak floors, 9 ft ceilings and electric blinds similar to the Urban Glass House, 330 Spring St., Soho, built by SK, CB & Matrix Development.
Unique feature of The Jefferson: Private cabanas on the rooftop garden available for purchase.