First look: This $5M Essex Crossing penthouse has a huge terrace overlooking the Lower East Side
All photos courtesy of Evan Joseph
At the top of a newly-minted CetraRuddy-designed building in a classic downtown Manhattan neighborhood, 6sqft can now share an exclusive first look at a newly-available penthouse atop One Essex Crossing at 202 Broome Street. If you love marble, luxury finishes, outdoor entertaining, and above-it-all views, you’ll want to check out this sleek aerie overlooking the Lower East Side. Priced at $4,985,000, it’s the headline-stealing 14-story building’s last two-bedroom penthouse, with 1,693 square feet of interior space and over 700 square feet of private terrace.
Wrapping the southeast corner of One Essex Crossing, the light-filled residence offers 11-foot ceilings and wide plank European oak flooring. Stunning views of the Lower East Side and the Financial District highlight every angle.
The sprawling terrace is a Manhattan dream for entertaining and gardening. Floor-to-ceiling glass provides a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor living, This private oasis is equipped with gas, water, and electricity.
The open kitchen features imported Italian cabinetry and countertops of honed Dolomiti marble. A suite of Miele appliances assures convenience and innovation.
An elegant primary suite boasts views of the Brooklyn Bridge and lower Manhattan as well as a spacious walk-in closet. In the marble-clad bathroom, you’ll find a free-standing tub and radiant heated flooring.
The additional bedroom also offers ample closets and marble accents in the bath. There is a Miele washer/dryer in the residence as well.
The 14-story luxury condominium building in the neighborhood-defining Essex Crossing development offers residents a long list of amenities that includes a 9,000-square-foot landscaped garden with dining and recreation spaces throughout, a sunroom, a fitness studio, and a kids’ playroom.
A unique perk that comes with living here is direct access to Market Line and the Essex Street Market on the lower levels of the development. The European-inspired food halls are among the city’s largest, with over 100 local food, retail, art, and music vendors.
[Listing details: 202 Broome Street PHE at CityRealty]
[At The Corcoran Group]
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Photo credit: Evan Joseph