Now Offering 4% Commission. Anticipated Occupancy Early 2019.
SALES GALLERY & MODEL RESIDENCE LOCATED AT 584 BROADWAY, SUITE 1210This bright South and West facing corner residence with expansive windows and white oak floors throughout spans nearly 1,800 square feet and features three bedrooms, three and a half baths and a concealed laundry closet with washer and dryer. The well-appointed kitchen is outfitted with Gaggenau appliances, a marble island with a custom oak bar top, accented by a rear pewter topped counter, marble backsplash, matte-white cabinetry and an integrated oak paneled refrigerator. The master bedroom featuring an expansive walk-in closet and en-suite five fixture master bath is an urban oasis. A freestanding Devon&Devon tub and frameless glass enclosed shower surrounded by French Vanilla marble and titanium Travertine walls and radiant heated floors, a custom floating elm dual vanity with Bianco drama marble countertop and sinks with brushed-nickel fixtures and a dramatic custom backlit satin bronze and nickel framed mirror. The second and third baths with frameless glass enclosed showers are sleek retreats finished with honed Pompeii basalt floors, Bianco Drama marble walls and custom designed elm vanities, Bianco drama marble countertops and sinks accented with satin nickel fixtures and artfully crafted backlit satin nickel mirrors. The powder room is a pearl in a space-starved city with a Bianco drama marble floor laid in a custom hexagonal pattern, floating elm vanity and Bianco drama marble counter top and sink accented by an illuminated satin nickel framed mirror.The curated collection of one to four bedroom residences at 75 Kenmare, born out of the collective vision of Lenny Kravitz's design firm, Kravitz Design, architect Andre Kikoski and developer DHA Capital, introduces the new look of luxury in heart of downtown Manhattan. An array of amenities are offered including a 24-hour attended lobby, landscaped courtyard, rooftop terrace, state-of-the art fitness center and underground automated parking garage. All of this in the heart of NoLita, a uniquely enigmatic and artistically charged neighborhood perched at the intersection of four distinct cultural epicenters: SoHo, NoHo, the Lower East Side and Little Italy.