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Carter's View

Marketing has started for the 7-story, residential condominium building at 211 Elizabeth on the southwest corner at Prince Street.

The developer is 16 Prince Street LLC, of which Robert A. Siegel is president and Peter Manning is vice president. Mr. Manning is producer of "Sideman," which won a Tony Award.

Roman & Williams, of which Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch are the principals, is the architectural firm for the project, which has 15 apartments.

The building has a red-brick masonry facade that is attractively proportioned with a strong fenestration pattern, a cornice and an interesting roofline with five tall chimneys of staggered heights.

Apartments, which are described on the project's website as "bespoke homes," have wood-burning fireplaces and 9-foot-high, multi-paned, glass doors that separate the living and dining rooms. Floors are walnut herringbone parquet and the website states that "the baseboards, casings, windows and doors are trimmed in Roman & Williams' favorite high gloss black oil point by Fine Paints of Europe."

Kitchen cabinetry is framed in walnut and painted by hand with high gloss black paint and counters are rendered in Danish oiled wood. Kitchens have Sub Zero refrigerators and Viking ranges, dishwashers and wine coolers. Bathroom walls, floors and vanity tops are Calacatta gold marble.

The building is very close to such popular restaurants as Public and Caf? Habana and Caf? Gitane and is not far from the New Museum of Contemporary Art on the Bowery and a Whole Foods store on Houston Street.

Some of the one-bedroom apartments have an angled entrance gallery with powder room that leads to a kitchen and dining area and then into the living room and that master bedroom and master bathroom.

The north apartment on the second floor has 1,688 square feet and a very unusual layout in which the living room has six sides with openings to the gallery, the dining room and another gallery that leads to the master bedroom.

Initial pricing ranges from about $1,550,000 for a 785-square-foot one bedroom apartment to $6,950,000 for the 2,189-square-foot penthouse, which has 1,397 square feet of terrace.
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Architecture Critic Carter Horsley Since 1997, Carter B. Horsley has been the editorial director of CityRealty. He began his journalistic career at The New York Times in 1961 where he spent 26 years as a reporter specializing in real estate & architectural news. In 1987, he became the architecture critic and real estate editor of The New York Post.
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