The East Village, Evolved
Capitalizing on strong fundamental demand for starter homes, Ironstate is developing a new residence in partnership with acclaimed architects BKSK for New York’s East Village. The development will include an 8-story, 82-unit building containing 1, 2, and 3 bedroom floor plans, as well as studios – all of which are sold out.
Built on a site that had for years stood as an empty, litter-strewn site, the development is a perfect reflection of the evolution of the East Village itself, from rough-edged neighborhood to one that is more open and accessible while still maintaining its vibrant, artistic character.
This left much of the
neighborhood, like the
rest of the city, in a state
of arrested development.
But now, also like the rest
of the city, buildings
are beginning to
come to life. ”
214 E. 14th Street opened as B.F. Keith’s vaudeville theater and continued as the Jefferson Theater until the 1960s featuring popular films of the day.
Due to poor investments, the RKO Jefferson closed its doors.
After remaining a shadow of its former self for nearly two decades, it was razed to make way for new development.
Ironstate announced partnership with Abe and Scott Shnay, and Charles Blaichman with The Jefferson.
All units have sold, and the building is on its way to completion.