This quiet and spacious one bedroom home preserves original and classic pre-war architectural details coupled with a recently updated kitchen. The apartment features: multiple exposures to the East and North, original hardwood flooring in bedroom and living room with inset Walnut border, original plaster cove ceiling (living room), original metal window casings, an eat-in kitchen outfitted with a brand new gas range and refrigerator, updated cabinetry, ample closets and storage, classic bathroom with original cast-iron tub, and a dual-exposure king sized master bedroom. The oversized entry foyer can easily accommodate a home-office area or expanded mud-room capabilities. Further, the apartment offers numerous options for removal of walls and reconfiguration allowing for additional open space, natural light, and a combined living/dining/great room.
The Amalgamated Dwellings is a 236 unit, 6 story building located on Grand St on the Lower East Side. Built in 1930, this coop maintains its original art deco and European charm. The property is known for original details, including intricate plaster work, high ceilings, windowed hallways, classic European-style elevators, wide entrance archways, and its private central courtyard with fountains. Nestled amongst other much, larger coops, this property evokes a charming throwback to an earlier era.
In addition to its unique art deco attributes, the coop also features updated laundry facilities, a gym, a community room, bicycle storage, package room, 24 hour security, and on-site maintenance staff. The coop is also close to major transportation hubs (F,M,J,Z, M14A, Ferry), Trader Joes/Target, Essex Crossing, East River Park, and many restaurants and cafes.