• A CANVAS FOR MODERN LIVING

    Throughout the building’s studio, one, two and penthouse residences, naturally lit spaces and open floor plans flow seamlessly for easy living and entertaining. Solid white oak floors, generous ceiling heights and expansive windows frame the scene perfectly.

A CANVAS FOR MODERN LIVING
Combining the East Village’s artistic past and energetic present, The Avant is a canvas of modern and luxurious condominium living. The building’s studio, one-bedroom, two- bedroom, and penthouse residences boast gracious open floorplans, many of which showcase private outdoor spaces designed for lively entertaining or a tranquil retreat.
KITCHEN
The open kitchens highlight bright, white cabinetry detailed with brass hardware and are set against a striking travertine marble backsplash and a white quartz countertop. A full suite of professional Bosch appliances have been seamlessly integrated to create a distinctive look.
BEDROOMS
Clean lines, open space, and an abundance of natural light make each bedroom a serene oasis from the energetic neighborhood below.
BATHS
The sleek bathrooms reveal a light palette of floor-to-ceiling porcelain tiles complemented by modern white vanities and mirrored medicine cabinets. A custom ribbed glass partition encloses the bathtub/shower combination that has been outfitted with bronze fixtures and a slate gray, herringbone tiled wall.

One of the most influential street artists to emerge from New York, is DAIN. He combines the visual language of graffiti with collaged old portraits of Hollywood glamour stars. His work showcases his colorful and distinct style while creating pieces that reveal very little and leave much to the imagination. His works were exhibited in collectives and solo shows in Paris, Berlin, Rome, Miami and New York City. He also partnered with Coach, and was able to re-imagine their logo with the use of art and graffiti across NYC. His work will be featured in the modelresidence of The Avant and will be available to remain as a permanent fixture in the home.
One of the most influential street artists to emerge from New York, is DAIN. He combines the visual language of graffiti with collaged old portraits of Hollywood glamour stars. His work showcases his colorful and distinct style while creating pieces that reveal very little and leave much to the imagination. His works were exhibited in collectives and solo shows in Paris, Berlin, Rome, Miami and New York City. He also partnered with Coach, and was able to re-imagine their logo with the use of art and graffiti across NYC. His work will be featured in the modelresidence of The Avant and will be available to remain as a permanent fixture in the home.
Christopher Florentino, known professionally as Flore, is an international American Contemporary Fine artist born in Brooklyn, New York. The Avant is the perfect backdrop to showcase a piece from Flore as he merges his contemporary style with a mid-century modern twist to create a vibrant piece that allows viewers to develop their own narratives. A piece by Flore will be featured as a permanent installation in the lobby of The Avant, making it his first collaboration in a residential building. Flore's installations have been recognized in many different notable locations including Nobu Miami Beach Hotel, The Hamptons Art Fair, Catch L.A., Mandarin Oriental Miami, and Vandal NYC.
Christopher Florentino, known professionally as Flore, is an international American Contemporary Fine artist born in Brooklyn, New York. The Avant is the perfect backdrop to showcase a piece from Flore as he merges his contemporary style with a mid-century modern twist to create a vibrant piece that allows viewers to develop their own narratives. A piece by Flore will be featured as a permanent installation in the lobby of The Avant, making it his first collaboration in a residential building. Flore's installations have been recognized in many different notable locations including Nobu Miami Beach Hotel, The Hamptons Art Fair, Catch L.A., Mandarin Oriental Miami, and Vandal NYC.
Emerging New York City street artist, WhIsBe, is known for creating juxtaposition with his whimsical images within an edgier context. In his iconic Vandal Gummy series, WhIsBe places the beloved sugary treat holding a Department of Corrections sign as of it was posing for a mugshot.

The Avant’s landscaped roof top features a 4-foot tall installation of WhIsBe’s Orange Vandal Gummy. The only other public installation of the Vandal Gummy in NYC is currently showcased in the 4 World Trade Center lobby. While his pieces have been featured at Art Basel through Castle Fitzjohns Gallery, Context & Art New York, Art Southampton and MOCO Museum Amsterdam, this will be WhIsBe’s first installation in an NYC residential building.
Emerging New York City street artist, WhIsBe, is known for creating juxtaposition with his whimsical images within an edgier context. In his iconic Vandal Gummy series, WhIsBe places the beloved sugary treat holding a Department of Corrections sign as of it was posing for a mugshot.

The Avant’s landscaped roof top features a 4-foot tall installation of WhIsBe’s Orange Vandal Gummy. The only other public installation of the Vandal Gummy in NYC is currently showcased in the 4 World Trade Center lobby. While his pieces have been featured at Art Basel through Castle Fitzjohns Gallery, Context & Art New York, Art Southampton and MOCO Museum Amsterdam, this will be WhIsBe’s first installation in an NYC residential building.