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Thread: One Ten 3rd - 110 Third Avenue - Condo - by GreenbergFarrow

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    Exclamation Simple Fix: One Ten Third

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    Doubt they were trying very hard at all.
    Yes, but they don't even need to "try hard", there is a simple fix here: mirror (or dark) tint the windows - and this this condo will look nifty.

    In terms of the aesthetics, if it were not for the botched window choice, I would rate this condo as good architectural design.

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    We LOVE One Ten 3rd.

    12-15-07




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    ...and we want more just like it!

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    Still looks better than that NYU dorm going up in the background.

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    Partly because the angles above show sides in shadow / reflection -- and spare us the not-so-nice view through all that glass into the lives of the occupants.

    But that's one of the problems with floor to ceiling windows in buildings with small units -- no room to pull stuff away from the windows, so from the inside the window-wall is treated just like a regular wall.

    Not a good result here.

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    That lobby is diabolical, but the windows (from the inside, at least) and all that natural light are wonderful, IMO. That furniture, however, is disgusting.


    110 THIRD AVENUE
    Cross Streets: 13th & 14th Streets

    BEAUTIFULLY BRIGHT & SPECIAL! Uniquely situated where the East Village meets Union Square, this lovely 2 bedroom 2 full bath apartment is truly exceptional. The apartment has 9 foot floor to ceiling double-paned windows, which display open sky and Manhattan city views from both south and west exposures. The airy space has white oak floors, a 4 zone central air and heat system, a Bosch washer/dryer. The kitchen has Volcanic stone countertops, a Thermidor oven & cook top, Veneto glass tile back splash, a Subzero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher & Jennaire microwave & convection oven. There are a total of 4 spacious closets--including a walk-in closet in master bedroom. Luxurious limestone master bath includes Wenge wood cabinets, double sinks & soaking tub. As the only dazzling new condo tower in the East Village, this full service building features a common roof deck, a fitness center, refrigerated storage, & an illuminated contemplation garden. Closing will not occur before September 1, 2008.



















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    Quote Originally Posted by Merry View Post

    That furniture, however, is disgusting.
    LOL

    Country meets Modernism

    But what can you expect when Moms from Ohio are furnishing the kid's NYU "dorm" condo?

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    I was going to say, it looks like my Aunt Doris hit Ikea.

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    so thats where the missing folding chairs are from the Elks club card room.

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    ^ Lol!

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