HIGH CEILINGS, EXPOSED BRICK, EACH HOME ONE-OF-A-KIND!
A brand new floor-through condo nestled in the heart of the Lower East Side, this stunning 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom home is a seamless blend of modern sophistication and traditional city charm. Features of the apartment include beautiful wide plank light oak floors, airy reclaimed wood ceiling beams, exposed brick walls, custom built-out closets, a keyless entry door, oversized windows, and a convenient in-unit Bosch washer/dryer.
A welcoming foyer and gallery lead into an open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen saturated with northeastern light. The kitchen is equipped with an eat-in island, natural stone countertops and backsplashes, custom walnut lower cabinets, matte lacquered upper cabinets, an integrated InSinkErator, and high-end appliances from Wolf, Asko, and Sub-Zero.
The primary bedroom has a large reach-in closet, southwestern exposure, and a pristine en-suite bathroom with double sinks, honed natural stone radiant heated floors, walls adorned with polished natural stone slabs and glossy ceramic subway tiles, huge walk-in rain shower, Toto toilet, towel warmer and chic Kohler and Kallista fixtures. The second bedroom has a private closet and easy access to a second full bathroom with honed natural stone radiant heated floors, white ceramic matte subway tile walls, a Toto toilet, and chic Newport Brass and Kohler fixtures.
The Library is a one-of-a-kind boutique condominium by The Horizon Group, Isaac & Stern, and Brittany Marom Interior Design. A testament to modern elegance and adaptive reuse architecture, the building incorporates the original 1905 McKim, Mead & White structure that served as the downtown branch of the New York Public Library. The building façade consists of a pair of square Corinthian columns and an elegant entablature and parapet, and its amenities include a private gym, a virtual doorman system, bicycle storage, and a furnished rooftop terrace with a grilling station. The building is steps from dozens of trendy restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops, and it is a block away from Sara D. Roosevelt Park. Also close by are the East Village, The Bowery, NoLita, Little Italy, and NoHo. Nearby subway lines include the J/Z/E/F.
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