These are the houses that burritos built (and paid for)

mainFrom here on out let today be known as Taco Tuesday; not only is Leo Kremer, the co-founder of Dos Toros, selling his East Village condo, but the house built for (and formerly owned by) Steve Ells, the founder and CEO of Chipotle, is on the market too.

Kremer’s $2.15 million East Village condo hit the market today. According to the listing, “connection to nature” is the theme of this two bedroom duplex. It comes with an oh-so-enviable private garden, a wall-to-ceiling, glass-encased solarium, walnut-stained bamboo floors, and bountiful storage space.

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Kremer founded Dos Toros, the NYC-based taqueria, with his brother in 2009. He and his wife snapped up the unit in 2012 for $1.35 million.

Meanwhile over in Denver, the house built and designed for the Chipotle founder is up for grabs. Ells sold the spread in 2008, and now the four-bedroom home is back on the market and asking for $3.8 million. Unsurprisingly, it has a chef’s kitchen, along with steel-framed industrial windows, a floating glass staircase, a home theater, a wine room, a guest suite with a private entrance, and a salt water pool. [Denver Post]

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