212 Forsyth St, 9/12
- Co-op Properties
Located in Lower East Side, becoming the hottest spot for Contemporary Art Galleries, 212 Forsyth is at the nexus of Manhattan's Most Vibrant and Exciting Neighborhoods: NoLita, SoHo, NoHo, the resurgent Bowery District and the East Village.
Style and Character define this Charming Apartment.
The tastefully fully renovated One-bedroom, One-bathroom apartment is situated in an intimate pre-war Coop building. The west facing living and dining room overlooking Sara D. Roosevelt Park, and the spacious east facing bedroom receive a pleasant and soft natural light from their two-large windows. The greenery views throughout the four windows is refreshing. This residence is on the 4th floor (3-flight walk-up) of a 6-unit, 5-story quiet and well-maintained building with luxury new developments nearby.
The bright and airy apartment boasts an open layout, 9-foot ceilings, exposed white beams, exposed white brick walls and two decorative fireplaces. The wide-plank oak hardwood floors throughout bring out a rustic charm and an authentic character with a touch of freshness. Nice white vintage wood French doors separate the dining area from the modern barn style kitchen with white built-in and custom-made cabinetry, stainless-steel countertops, sub-zero fridge and gas range. The beautiful and comfortable bedroom features well designed built-in closets. The functional tiled bathroom combines a modern and vintage style with a unique built-in steel cabinet.
Whole Foods Market is a short block away.
Close to some of the most in vogue and notable destinations including Vandal, Dirty French, Russ and Daughters, Katz Delicatessen, the Ludlow and Indigo hotels, Beauty & Essex, the Back Room.... Across the Park is the new Jean-Georges Restaurant at the trendy "Public" Hotel with its Bowery Garden inspired by the Jardin des Tuileries. The new flagship Equinox Fitness Club will be 3 blocks away on Orchard Street. The historic Essex Street Market with a large variety of culinary products is few blocks eastward. It will be expanded as part of the impressive Essex Crossing project representing one of the most significant urban renewal developments in the history of New York City, bringing more amenities to the Lower East Side.
This is an HDFC building with income restrictions: ($175K) single, (195K) for two persons.
Very low monthly maintenance fee.
Security system with visual intercom.
Laundry and Storage in the basement.
Pied--terre not allowed.
Near 2nd Avenue F train and Citi Bike stations.
B-D-F-M trains at Broadway Lafayette.
6 train at Bleecker St and Spring St.
Easy access to the FDR, to Williamsburg, Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges.
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- Co-op Properties
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- Pets Allowed