At the northeast corner of York Avenue and East 74th Street, a glass and metal pile of floors is nearing completion. Developed by Golden Asset LLC and designed by Stephen B. Jacobs Group, the thin-skinned tower soars 20 stories above its characterful block of brick and fire-escape adorned context. Named Rose Modern, the building anchors a corner site at 501 East 74th Street and will be near the 72nd Street station of the Second Avenue Subway, anticipated to open later this year.
Inside are 82 rental units, ranging from studios to four penthouses. Three-quarters of the units will have balconies and six will have private terraces. Detailed by Andi Pepper Interior Design, the homes are furnished with hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, caesar stone counter tops, and solid core wood grain cabinets. Floor-to-ceiling windows bathe units with natural light and offer terrific views of the surrounding cityscape. Currently, there are 21 units on the market. The six available studios range in size from 485 to 525 square feet and are priced from $2,850 to $3,090. Available one-bedrooms average 800 square feet in size and are priced from $4,375 to $4,550 per month, and two- bedrooms are asking between $6,300 and $6,650. The team is offering one month free to its first residents.
Resident amenities include a 24-hour doorman, fitness center, yoga room, bicycle room, tenants’ storage, and on-site parking. Above it all will be a common rooftop terrace with separate areas for reading and relaxing and another for socializing and entertaining.
To view the no-fee listings for the Rose Modern, visit CityRealty.
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