Great views await you in the corner 1-bedroom. The Southern and Western exposures offer wonderful views of the East River, FDR Drive, the Co-op Private parks as well as Grand Street, all of which you may enjoy any room in the apartment, including from your private balcony just off of the spacious living room. This desired layout, which is very flexible (the kitchen walls may be removed--see alt. floorplan), offers great potential of maximizing the space and creating a more open and airy floor plan with even more light. The freshly painted apartment also features a windowed kitchen, windowed bath, a king-sized bedroom (which can also be sectioned off to create a small work area), ample closet space (including 2 in the bedroom, one of which is a walk-in) and new refinished hardwood parquet floors. Co-op amenities (additional fees and wait lists may apply) include 24-hour attended lobbies, 2 large private parks, children's playroom (plus access to neighboring Hillman co-op's park and playroom), community room, and fully equipped fitness center. 1 block to supermarket, 24-hour deli/convenience store, dry cleaner and more. Recently announced Trader Joes and Target on the way (2018) Transportation: M14A, M21 & M22 bus stops outside your door, and short walk to M14D - providing direct access to Chinatown, Little Italy, East Village, SoHo, West Village, Financial District, Battery Park City, Union Square, Chelsea, Meat Packing and Kips Bay. J, M and F trains at Delancey & Essex Streets. F train at East Broadway & Rutgers Streets. Citibike stations nearby. Dogs not permitted. Gifting, guarantors, pied-a-terre, permitted. Subleasing after 2 years of ownership (Owner pays regular monthly maintenance charge plus additional monthly fee of 100% of maintenance for the first two years, 112.5% of maintenance for years three and four and 125% of maintenance for years five and beyond).
The Lower East Side is a neighborhood in the southeastern part of New York City borough of Manhattan. Recently, it has undergone gentrification and is increasingly populated by young professionals, artists, and students. While the exact eastern and southern boundaries of the neighborhood are open to debate, the Lower East Side today refers to the area of Manhattan south of East Houston Street and west of the East River. The Lower East Side is bordered in the south and west by Chinatown, the west by NoLita and in the north by the East Village. The Lower East Side is home to numerous art galleries, including BC No Rio, Gallery 128, the and the Asian American Arts Center. It has a funky mix of trendy boutiques, mom-and-pop shops, cozy cafes, and chic restaurants. This diverse neighborhood contains a great variety of houses of worship. For recreation, the East River Park stretches along the East River from Montgomery Street to 12th Street and has football, soccer and baseball fields, a full-size track, and an amphitheater, which is used for public performances. The Sara Roosevelt Park, located between Chrystie and Forsyth Streets, stretches from Canal Street to Houston Street and has several basketball courts, soccer fields and small community gardens. The Lower East Side is home to many live music venues.