NYC Apartments for Sale in Lower East Side
It’s easy to describe where in Manhattan the Lower East Side is located: it’s south of Houston Street and north of the Brooklyn Bridge, and runs from The Bowery to the East River. Describing what the Lower East Side is a bit more complicated, primarily because this Manhattan neighborhood is so unique.
The LES is the ancestral home of New York's Jewish culture, and vestiges of that old identity -- both at the definitively New York deli Katz's and at a number of smaller storefronts -- exist side by side with Michelin-starred fine-dining establishments and unpretentious burger joints, hip bars and clubs, and acclaimed art galleries. With Lower Manhattan increasingly smoothing into a uniform, urbane prosperity, the degree to which The Lower East Side has retained some uneven edges is refreshing. The Lower East Side and the East Village represent both the artistic frontier that Lower Manhattan has traditionally been and the distinctive new thing it is becoming. With a booming nightlife scene that includes several essential live music venues located -- from indie mecca Cake Shop to the beloved Bowery Ballroom -- and a wealth of different cultures, traditions and overlapping histories The Lower East Side is inarguably a fascinating place to spend time, and an increasingly desirable place to live. After all, there aren’t many Manhattan neighborhoods in which both the funky Essex Street Market and Whole Foods seem eminently at home.
While much of the Lower East Side’s housing stock is defined by its turn-of-the-century walk-ups, a number of new construction condominiums on the Lower East Side -- and a few high-profile LES condo conversions -- have changed the face and the character of the LES. The ultra-luxe Blue Condominium and 38 Delancey are rising stars on the Manhattan condo scene, and the signature new construction condominiums on the Lower East Side. Always a fun neighborhood to visit and always a quintessentially New York experience, the Lower East Side has also broken out as a great place to live.
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The Lower East Side’s 50 Orchard Street is a 10-story mid-rise and 2-phase condominium numbering up to 26 units and towering over the surrounding neighborhood with its cutting-edge, contemporary aesthetic. Offering an abundance of amenities and luxurious features, 50 Orchard Street is an exquisite living experience for all.
Looking to pair the excitement of the city with the tranquil beauty of waterfront views? Look no further than One Manhattan Square. This beautiful building is located right on the edge of New York harbor on the Lower East Side and provides gorgeous skyline and river views. The interiors were designed by Meyer Davis, an iconic studio behind many famous world-class hotels. The apartments feature kitchens with custom cabinetry, Miele premium appliances, and the choice of a light or dark color scheme. The oversized windows flood the living room with light and provide the stunning views.
The Forward Building is a prewar conversion in the Lower East Side that advances Manhattan condos forward into the future. The apartments for sale at 175 East Broadway have the groundwork of a pre-war apartment with astronomically high ceilings and unusual layouts but also have the refinement of a conversion with an array of modern-day amenities to accompany a busy New York City lifestyle.
With a prime Lower East Side location on the most iconic thoroughfare in this historic lower Manhattan neighborhood, 38 Delancey -- located at, yes, 38 Delancey Street -- sits right at the historic heart of the Lower East Side. But while it's surrounded by the pre-war buildings and New York history that makes the Lower East Side the Lower East Side, 38 Delancey is also positioned to be a big part of the Lower East Side's future. One of the elite new condominium listings on the Lower East Side, 38 Delancey sets a standard for luxury condo living in a neighborhood still without much luxury condo development. In a neighborhood best known for its cultural, art and music scenes -- as well as being home to some of Manhattan's hottest restaurants and nightspots -- 38 Delancey stands out as a beacon of high-end NYC condo luxury.
No condominium on the Lower East Side can match the apartments for sale at BLUE Condominium for style or sophistication, and the building's stunning aesthetic, courtesy of superstar architect Bernard Tschumi, puts it in the first rank of NYC condos, period. The Lower East Side has long been looked at as one of the fastest-rising neighborhoods and is home to a number of fine condominiums, but thanks to its combination of luxury, sustainability and stunning good looks, it seems clear that, in BLUE Condominium, the LES has both its signature condominium and one of the most sought-after condo listings in Manhattan.
Just a few blocks from the East River, on 78 Ridge Street, is the River Ridge Condominiums building on the Lower East Side. This pre-war loft condo conversion was built in 1930. It stands 6 stories tall, and holds residences of all sizes: one- and two-bedroom suites, as well as duplexes and penthouses. These condos for sale in Manhattan are built with an eye towards luxury, and the amenities included in the River Ridge Condominiums building complete a picture of perfect comfort. And just outside, residents find themselves surrounded by the ornate brick buildings that are a trademark of the Lower East Side. The luxury New York condos at River Ridge Condominiums exemplify all that is good about living in the vibrant LES neighborhood.
75 Ludlow Street is located in the Lower East Side which has been dubbed the hippest neighborhood in Manhattan. The boutique-style luxury condominium was previously three commercial buildings with conversion completed in 2007. 12-loft style units lie beneath the handsome red and beige-brick facade, and the building stands modestly at 6-stories.
Designed by renowned architects Herzog & de Meuron, 215 Chrystie Street offers sleek and modern homes in the heart of the Bowery neighborhood in the Lower East Side. Open layouts, high ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows are combined to offer plenty of light-filled living space and provide sweeping views of the cityscape. Marble bathrooms feature luxurious fixtures, like soaking tubs and rain showers; and fully-equipped kitchens are fitted with stainless steel appliances and marble countertops.
Located in one of Manhattan’s trendiest and diverse neighborhoods, 115 Norfolk Street is a condo in the heart of the Lower East Side. The 24-unit building sits in a quiet, tree-lined enclave, embodying contemporary architecture, innovative technology, and a luxurious feel throughout its one, two, and three-bedroom apartments.