• MLS# RPLU-33421777852ID
  • Co-op
  • Beds: 3
  • Baths: 2
  • Maint/CC: $900/month
  • Built: 1920
  • MLS# RPLU-33421777852ID
  • Co-op
  • Beds: 3
  • Baths: 2
  • Maint/CC: $900/month
  • Built: 1920

URBAN CHIC

History meets urban chic in this high-ceilinged, exposed brick 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom top floor home at 432-434 East 10th Street. Every inch has been thoughtfully renovated and redesigned to reflect an industrial history in the Dry Dock District of Alphabet City. With an expansive open layout, you can work-from-home, school-from-home, cook-at-home, exercise-from-home and relax-at-home with room to spare. Best of all, your monthlies are exceptionally low at only $900 per month!

As you enter you're greeted with a bright and airy 22-foot-long living/dining room featuring soaring high ceilings and 23 feet of wall-to-wall windows. Exposed brick remains from the 19th-century maritime era when the building housed construction warehouses for our country's most significant steamships, clippers, ironclads, and more. Soft light canvases the rooms from 3 different skylights throughout this one of a kind home.

Next up is a kitchen fit for a design magazine with stainless appliances, including a classic Bertazzoni stove with matching vented out hood, and a steel restaurant-style sink. Best of all, the in-unit GE washer/dryer offers convenient laundry that vents out!

Over in the sleeping wing are three generously sized bedrooms, each offering enough space for a Queen-sized bed or larger, custom closets, and sunlight streaming into the primary through a beautiful skylight. Need to use the loo? The freshly renovated bathrooms include a features most New Yorkers can only dream of: a double sink vanity in the primary with Toto toilet with matching bidet (you won't need to worry about TP shortages). The second bathroom includes an extra deep Kohler soaking tub to unwind after a long day, along with Hansgrohe fixtures, Duravit sinks, and porcelain tiles.

The building is rich in history and art with the Dry Dock Pool and Playground directly across the street, an artist's studio on the ground floor, and the former home of folk legend Huddie William "Lead Belly" Ledbetter right up the block.

Don't miss some of our favorite neighborhood restaurants nearby; Poco NYC, Pardon My French, Casa Adella, Ama Raw Bar, Khiladi NYC and Katz's Delicatessen. Conveniently located near Pianos, The Mercury Lounge, The Wayland and Pineapple Club for nightlife enthusiasts. For the home chef, Trader Joe's, The Food Emporium, CTown Supermarket and Target are all within a short stroll. For the outdoor lovers, you're right across the street from the Dry Dock Playground, one block from East River Park and two blocks from Tompkins Square Park, home to a year-round Sunday greenmarket and community events and festivals. Travel anywhere with the L/N/Q/R/W/4/6/B/D/F/M/J/Z subways, the PATH train, and the M8 and M14D Crosstown buses.

Built in 1910, 432-434 East 10th Street is a self-managed, eight-unit boutique co-op featuring low monthly maintenance ($900!). Parents buying for a child, with a child, guarantors, gifting and part time residences are all permitted. Bring your furry friends as pets are allowed and this is a non-smoking building.

Courtesy of Corcoran Group

  • Pets: Yes

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