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127 Ave. D 8, New York, NY 10009

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$11,995 Price
Condo Property Type
Alphabet City Neighborhood
4 Beds
2 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Allows Pets
Rooftop Access
Unit Balcony
Unit Laundry
Unit Terrace

Private elevator in apartment along with private terrace, laundry in unit, top luxury finishes and appliances! in Luxury New Development in East Village!

Welcome to 127 Ave D a brand new boutique elevator building in the center of one of Manhattans most storied neighborhoods the authentic and inimitable East Village.

127 Ave D is the newest addition to a block thats both steeped in tradition and at the forefront of a cultural renaissance. Located at the corner of Orchard and Delancey Streets, this modern yet discreet 5-unit luxury building offers stunning views, high-end finishes and private outdoor space in every apartment.

Apartment Features:
-DUPLEX with Massive Private Terrace and Balcony!
- Closet in each Bedroom & in Hallways
- Marble Floors
- Recessed Lighting
- In-Unit Washer & Dryer
- Wine Cooler
- New Miele Appliances
- Private Elevator Opens into Apartment
- Floor to Ceiling Windows

Building Features:
- Brand New Boutique Building with only 5 Apartments!
- Communal Roof Deck
- Virtual Doorman

About the Neighborhood:
Initially, what is now the East Village was occupied by the Lenape Native Americans, and was then divided into plantations by Dutch settlers. During the early 19th century, the East Village contained many of the citys most opulent estates. By the middle of the century, it grew to include a large immigrant populationincluding what was once referred to as Manhattans Little Germanyand was considered part of the nearby Lower East Side. By the late 1960s, many artists, musicians, students and hippies began to move into the area, and the East Village was given its own identity. Today the neighborhood hosts some of the best parks, restaurants, bars, art galleries, and charm in all of New York CIty!

Nearby Transportation:
L, F, M, J, Z Trains, M14 Bus, and Citi Bike!

Listing courtesy of Real New York

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