Justin Ehrlich and his wife Nicole have just purchased the last available townhouse at New York’s new development Superior Ink for $14.1 million, according to a report in The New York Post. Ehrlich is a real estate developer and a founding partner of VE Equities.
The money for the house probably came from the $14.5 million that Ehrlich got for his 4, 300 square foot penthouse at 20 Greene Street which he sold to the Winklevoss twins who famously claimed to have invented Facebook.
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Located at 62 Bethune Street in lower Manhattan, the townhouse is 27 feet wide, has six bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, fireplaces, herringbone floors, and a chef’s kitchen over 4, 900 square feet. It also come with a rooftop garden. It has three floors, a basement and a red brick façade. A white bricked high windowed section protrudes out from the first two floors.
The Superior Ink website boasts that 62 Bethune Street, “combines the elegance, intimacy and warmth of a West Village home with the unparalleled services and amenities of the renowned adjacent Superior Ink tower condominium.”
Completed in 2009, Superior Ink combines fifty-three luxury waterfront condominiums in a tower in New York’s West Village with seven “one-of-a-kind” newly constructed townhouses on Bethune Street, a tree-lined, cobbled-stone street of the West Village.
The townhouses all share a full staff and 24-hr concierge service as well as a doorman. Their residents also enjoy all of the tower’s amenities which include a state-of-the-art fitness center with yoga room, children’s play room, private screening room, entertainment lounge, and 24-hr on-premises valet parking. All of this while also enjoying the privacy of a house.
A resident may also access their home from the tower and from the garage directly through the lobby to the townhouse corridor. Each townhouse was designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, LLP and has its own elevator; landscaped private outdoor garden and roof terrace townhouse living.
Corcoran had the listing which described the West Village as, the extension of Greenwich Village west of Seventh Avenue.
Ehrlich also acquired an apartment at 101 Warren Street for $11 million earlier this year.