Carmel Place is about to get its first residents
It's been nearly four years since the city launched its adAPT NYC competition to create tiny, livable units in a new Kips Bay building, and three years since a team that includes nArchitects and Monadnock Development won the bid with its design for the building at 335 East 27th Street.
Now, the building is finally ready to welcome its first residents: According to Monadnock and Citi Habitats, which is the broker working on the building, June 1 is officially the move-in date for the building now known as Carmel Place. The building is made up entirely of studio apartments, which range in size from 265 to 360 square feet; rents for the 55 tiny units start at nearly $2,700 for the smallest ones, and come with a bunch of amenities, including laundry service and common areas in the building.
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