Extell’s Target-touting East Village rental gets new looks

Posted On Tue, December 5, 2017 By

Posted On Tue, December 5, 2017 By In East Village, New Developments

Rendering via Extell Development

With construction wrapping up, Extell Development’s two-tower rental complex on 500 and 524 East 14th Street got new renderings this week, revealing luxury amenities and ground-floor retail, including Target, the store’s first East Village location. Opening in July, the popular chain will sit in one building of Extell Development’s complex, which was designed by Beyer Blinder Belle. According to CityRealty, the “flexible format” Target will span 9,649 square feet on the ground floor and 17,705 square feet in the cellar of 500 East 14th Street. The development will also include 160 total new rental apartments, with 32 set aside for low-, moderate- and middle-income households.

500-524 East 14th Street, Target, Extell Development
Construction nearing completion at the site, via CityRealty

The two-level Target will offer typical merchandise, but also will have “Order Pickup” service that makes it easy to order online and pick up at the store. Ahead of the East Village store opening in July, Target will open a store on the Lower East Side at Essex Crossing in March, as 6sqft previously reported.

500-524 East 14th Street, Target, Extell Development
Rendering via McGinley Design

500-524 East 14th Street, Target, Extell Development
Rendering via McGinley Design

In addition to the handy Target downstairs, residents at the complex will enjoy amenities like a full-service attended lobby, a residents’ lounge and a children’s playroom. There is also an indoor lap pool, steam room, fitness center and a large landscaped roof deck. Some of the apartments will feature private backyards, terraces or balconies.

[Via CityRealty]

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