The finer details on 260 Bowery have yet to be released to the public, but the developer has revealed that it has enlisted Morris Adjmi as the project architect.
The building’s masonry facade will be in-keeping with the neighborhood, with neat rows of large windows distributed throughout to add a modern touch and an open, airy feel to the residences. This project is part of the City’s Special Little Italy District, which normalizes heights and materials used in its construction.
260 Bowery’s first and second floors are slated for commercial space, while the rest of the building will feature four full-floor apartments and a duplex penthouse with a private rooftop deck.
Currently in the pre-construction phase, completion of 260 Bowery is scheduled for 2018. Pricing has yet to be released, though sales are set to begin this year. Amenities at 260 Bowery will include a lobby as well as access to private storage and bicycle storage.
Uptown at Third Avenue and 82nd Street, another Nexus project, 1444 Third Avenue, is under construction now. Like 260 Bowery, 1444 Third Avenue repurposes an underdeveloped space, clearing the way for a contemporary mixed-use development.