Recent Development Condo Built 2016 in
Lower East Side
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INCREDIBLE ONE OF A KIND FULL SERVICE DOWNTOWN CONDOMINIUM RESIDENCE DEVELOPED BY IAN SCHRAGER and designed by Pritzker Price award-winning architects Herzog & de Meuron, offers the only three bedroom columnless space available in the luxurious boutique full-service building with hotel amenities, 215 Chrystie Street. Become breathless upon entering this grand modern SKY LOFT residence on the 28TH floor with 10' CEILINGS and floor-to-ceiling sound dampening operable windows. Realize an idyllic lifestyle between the sexy lines of this home's architecture and finishes and the jaw-dropping 270 degree skyline views. The mesmerizing 42'×19' great room floor- to -ceiling glass frames epic New York views. In the Great Room, a walnut feature wall adds texture to the exceptional space . It continues into the kitchen with custom walnut cabinetry paired with Basaltina counter tops and back splash. The chef's quality kitchen appliances includes a Wolf 36" oven, coupled with Miele five-burner gas cooktop, 27" warming drawer, under counter wine refrigerator, dishwasher and coffee/espresso machine. The oversized master suite staggering South and West exposures has an extensive dressing room and stunning windowed five-fixture master bathroom featuring a custom designed floating bathtub. Enjoy sunrise-to-sunset views from your perch towering above lower Manhattan with vistas including the Freedom Tower. The second bedroom has an incredible North exposure with stunning panoramic views including The Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, and Met Life Building. The third bedroom easily becomes a home office or media room, opening to the living room through a handsome walnut pocket door. Views continue into the third bath, creating one of the most spectacular guest baths in downtown New York. 215 Chrystie Street has a full-time doorman and unit owners have full use of the amenities in the adjoining chic Public Hotel, including the gym. The condo building has its own private entrance down the block.