First look: This $5M Essex Crossing penthouse has a huge terrace overlooking the Lower East Side

Posted On Fri, September 9, 2022 By

Posted On Fri, September 9, 2022 By In Cool Listings, 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

 

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