Full floor, downtown prewar condo that loft spans 1,500 SF of airy, beautifully curated space. Flooded with natural light from thirteen oversized windows with dual Southern and Eastern exposures, this home features an array of coveted original details. Nine foot ceilings with original rough hewn beams frame the 31' great room, which also features a wall of exposed brick washed in artisan Belgian Lyme paint and beautifully finished natural hardwood floors. A custom built-in deep-seated sofa anchors the room with a motorized drop-down projector screen above. The bright and sunny kitchen opens directly into the living space and features high-end appliances (Bertazzoni, Fisher & Paykel), an expansive butcher block countertop and open reclaimed wood shelving. A generous 5' wide entry gallery with custom floor-to-ceiling cabinets leads to the bedroom suite, which is a serene oasis complemented by a massive windowed walk-in closet with stunning natural light. The spacious windowed bathroom boasts a Waterworks clawfoot tub, radiant heated concrete floors finished in a soft and reflective white, along with a separate shower and custom floating vanity outfitted with Lefroy Brooks fittings. Additional comforts include central air conditioning, water purification, an in-unit washer dryer and ample storage.
Built c.1900, 193 Eldridge Street is a storied building discreetly positioned on a tree-lined block in the heart of the Lower East Side. Once home to "Studio We," a renowned jazz performance and dance space founded in 1968, the building was later converted to a five-unit walk-up condominium as it stands today. Enjoy the very best dining, retail, nightlife, and cultural institutions of the area along with immediate access to the Bowery, SoHo and NoLita.