CABINET STREET, N.Y. — Cabbie Anthony Gennaro, who is in the process of selling a condo in a high-rise on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, had a little trouble explaining why the name “Cabins” was in the building’s name.
“The name of this condo, this building, is called ‘Cabinets’,” Gennarro said.
“And it’s the same as this building.”
The owner of the apartment complex where Gennario’s building sits is an artist, Gennero said.
It’s an opportunity for him to explore his career as an artist and to explore how this place has been built.
“This is the first condo built in the ‘C,’ Gennarios wife, Rachel, said.
Rachel is one of the people behind the project.”
The project is being built on a site that’s home to the iconic New York Public Library, the U.S. Capitol and the Museum of Modern Art. “
This is our community.”
The project is being built on a site that’s home to the iconic New York Public Library, the U.S. Capitol and the Museum of Modern Art.
The development includes an art studio and a cafe, as well as a parking lot with a bike lane.
The building’s location in the Upper West Sider neighborhood means the apartments, which are priced at $2.2 million, have the same density as some of the pricier condos in Manhattan.
It also makes it easier to attract people to the area, said Gennaroo, who has lived in the area for more than a decade.
He said the project’s goal is to give people a chance to experience something different.
“They get to see the different faces and see the diverse faces of the community, and I think that’s important,” Gennaros wife said.
Gennaro said the apartment building’s proximity to the city’s subway system and the fact that it’s a few blocks from the Brooklyn Bridge makes it a great location.
It’ll be built on the site of a former car dealership that closed in 2011.
Ginnaro said he plans to have the building open in spring of 2019.
He said he’s hopeful that he’ll have a tenant soon after.