This elegant, gracious and light filled sixth floor one bedroom apartment in Manhattan's coveted Seward Park offers all the comforts of an immaculately renovated home, while being surrounded by the greenery and tranquility of a private park. Without any street exposure, this apartment offers a peaceful atmosphere. The apartment features ebony ECO friendly Ultra-Strand bamboo flooring throughout and a sleek modern interior design with convenient living in mind. The spacious living room, with its northern and western exposures, displays views of the Chrysler building and midtown Manhattan and allows for multiple configurations. The large bedroom overlooks the Coop's private park and extends the view to One World Trade Center and Frank Gehry's New York by Gehry building. The windowed, open kitchen features Caesarstone countertops, gas convection oven and stove, Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher and an InSinkErator Evolution garbage disposal. There is a Kohler cast iron bathtub and beautiful Italian ceramic tiles in the windowed bathroom. Fully renovated and ready to move in, this apartment includes smartly designed closets and cabinets for an abundance of storage. Additionally, there is brand new electric wiring and the smoothest skim coated walls. Gifting, co-purchasing, and guarantors permitted. Pets are allowed on a case-by-case basis. The Seward Park Coop has been for long, one of the best-kept residential secrets in Manhattan. With its four, 20 stories high buildings, the Coop includes two private parks with green lawns to relax and enjoy, a gym, bicycle room, private storage, children's playroom, community room, shared office space, 24 hour security attendants and valet parking, for which there is a small wait list. Maintenance fees are low and subleasing of apartments is approved after two years of ownership.Storefronts on the Coop's property along Grand Street and Clinton street include the legendary Kossar's Bialys, the Doughnut Plant, and the Pickle Guys, as well as a restaurant-bar, supermarket, wine store and a post office. An immediate neighbor to the Seward Park Coop is a New York Public Library branch, next to the first public park and playground in the United States, also named Seward Park. The neighborhood has recently seen the sprouting of local eateries, bars, upscale restaurants and art galleries, all of these complementary to the established, bustling nightlife of Rivington, Orchard, and Ludlow streets, just a few blocks away. The progression of the nearby 8 acre "Essex Crossing? Project is coming along. This year, the multiple buildings project will add a Trader Joe's, a 55,000 SQF NYU medical facility, bowling alley, a movie theater and an indoor European style food market hall and much more.F, M, J, and Z trains are just two blocks away on Essex and Delancey. Also, there is the M14A crosstown bus and M9 bus that stops close by on its way from the East Village to the Business District. The entrance to the Williamsburg Bridge is one block away for a walk, jog, or bike ride to Brooklyn's Williamsburg, and the East River promenade.
100 Norfolk - One Hundred Reasons to Be Here Efficiently Sized One bedroom apartment. A new architectural masterpiece on the Lower Eastside of Manhattan, 100 Norfolk dazzles the eye with its striking glass façade, cantilevered above tree lined streets like an elegantly lit chandelier.The chiseled...
Listing ID 1930858
Listing Agent: Jini Van Maarseveen
Courtesy of: Douglas Elliman 154 7th Ave
Office Phone: 718.840.2000
Updated: 21st August, 2017 1:50 PM.
210 East Broadway New York, NY