Boxy black metal beauty 250 Bowery went live this week, with 22 units available.

The apartments at the Adjmi & Andreoli-designed 8-story building by SoHo and Nolita range from a 600-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom asking $925,000 to a 2,462-square-foot three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom asking $6.893 million.

The units have wide-plank white oak floors, stacked washers and direct-vent gas dryers and “robust” casement windows that give the 250 Bowery facade its distinct, glassy-grid look. The four penthouses feature panoramic skyline views, roof terraces, double-height living spaces, gas fireplaces, operable motorized skylights and “glass-enclosed wet rooms with tub and shower.”

The VE Equities development, marketed by Douglas Elliman’s Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes, is still in the process of shooting interior photos, but here are some renderings and floor plans from the official site:

This two-bedroom, two-bathroom measures 935 square feet.

Penthouse D, at 2,462 square feet, is the largest apartment in the building.

Penthouse D has 632 square feet of exterior space.

Private storage and bike space are available for residents to purchase.

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