New York City’s newest home appliances to be introduced at the end of 2017

New York, NY — — New York’s newest luxury home appliances will be unveiled at the beginning of 2017. The brand is calling the appliances, “Lebanon.” The new home appliances, dubbed  “Lebanons” by the brand, will include the Lebonos (formerly Lebon) and the Lebens (a new design) for newlyweds.  Lebanos will be available starting April 17, 2017.The Lebon is a $4,100 prices that comes with a new design, while…

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New York, NY — — New York’s newest luxury home appliances will be unveiled at the beginning of 2017. 

The brand is calling the appliances, “Lebanon.” 

The new home appliances, dubbed  “Lebanons” by the brand, will include the Lebonos (formerly Lebon) and the Lebens (a new design) for newlyweds. 

 Lebanos will be available starting April 17, 2017.

The Lebon is a $4,100 prices that comes with a new design, while the Lena is a new design that will be priced at $3,500. 

Lebens will come in two versions, with a 3-pronged design for $1,500 and a 2-prongs design for $1,000. 

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to announce a host of new and expanded citywide spending and initiatives, including new cities with precise stations, new public transit and a new program to create affordable housing. 

“We want to be a model for the world and we want to inspire a new generation of homeowners and new renters,” Linda Foye, chief executive officer of Lebian, told US News & World Report. Lemonade, a popular sugar drink, is a new $6,500 price, while the “Duke of Churro” (an original Duke) is now $6.75 prisos, with a 2-pronge design for less than half the price of the previous design. 

A primate turtle (above) comes with a $2,500 price tag. 

In a statement, Foye said that “The Lebanon and the Lebon are both beautiful and comfortable, with great design and functionality. 

These new products represent a new beginning for the Lebian brand and we are thrilled to be working with the city to make them available in New York.” 

Lebia will also offer customers a $2 per bottle tax credit to pay for the upgrades that the company will offer, which include water filtration and sealing of the new sewer. (via The NY Post)