Hot, eco-diggity — the site is out for 255 Columbia in the Columbia Street Waterfront District.
The new seven-story project will have 13 residences ranging from two- to four-bedroom units, each with private outdoor space, according to the official site. The development uses Passive House design for energy efficiency, reduced noise and fresh, filtered air.
Pricing for the three available units starts at $1.095 million for a two-bedroom measuring 1,230 square feet. The most expensive condo is a 1,306-square-foot three-bedroom asking $1.250 million.
There will be two homes per floor; residences will have American walnut four-inch wood flooring, big windows, white Corian countertops in the kitchen, in-unit washer/dryer, video intercom, and master bathrooms with white Carrera honed marble mosaic floors and marble countertops. As a bonus, the private outdoor space comes with flower boxes.
Amenities include private storage, a bicycle room and a landscaped common garden. The lobby will sport a green living wall, and the building is fronted with a reclaimed wood canopy.
The site was formerly home to Sokol Bros. Furniture Co., which occupied the space for over six decades. Business owner Michael Sokol sold the building for $3.3 million in 2011, Brownstoner reported.
Have some renderings, for your conscientious consumption: