The Printing House condo conversion in the West Village has been doing brisk business, with more than 75 percent of the units sold.
The one-bedroom units at the transformed 1910 industrial building have been especially popular among buyers, as we reported earlier this month. Measuring 754 square feet to 1,218 square feet, the single-bedroom apartments are all duplexes, with 1.5 or two bathrooms.
Pricing starts at $1.85 million, and interiors feature 15-foot ceilings in the living room, nine-foot double-paned windows, white cerused oak flooring and kitchens with appliances by Sub-Zero, Bosch and Wolf. In each residence, an oak staircase with a blackened steel handrail leads to the mezzanine level master suite. Bathrooms have limestone floors and countertops, marble accent walls and polished chrome Dornbracht fixtures.
Here are the layouts of the latest one-bedrooms. Unit 807 measures 1,218 square feet, with an asking price of $2.825 million. That’s $2,319 per square foot.
Unit 824 measures 754 square feet with an asking price of $1.85 million, which translates to $2,454 per square foot.
Data provided by Corcoran Sunshine shows that one-bedrooms in new developments downtown are becoming scarce; from 2012 to 2013, the one-bedroom market share decreased from 29 percent to 20 percent.
BuzzBuzzHome data corroborates this scarcity: one-bedrooms are 20.6 percent of the currently available new construction condos downtown (we defined downtown as anywhere south of 14th Street, with stats taken from July 31st). The median size of a single-bedroom condo on the market right now is 781 square feet, and the median asking price is $2.046 million.