21 Ludlow is a new development on the lower east side of Manhattan. Originally built in 1901, the building was completely redone in 2006. It contains 23,950 square feet of space, spread over 8 floors, all easily accessible by elevator. The building is located in Ludlow between Canal and Hester streets. This area is known for its rich history and trendy boutiques and restaurants. Hester Street itself was the title of a film that profiled the integration of an immigrant family into American culture. She was co-starred with Carol Kane, in one of her most serious roles.
The apartments at 21 Ludlow feature beautiful floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing natural sunlight to stream into the living spaces while framing views of the city. Units are light and airy and offer primarily eastern and western exposures. Modern kitchens offer stainless steel appliances and elegant marble countertops.
This condominium property offers some amenities and services to its residents. There is a voice intercom system and residents have full access to a communal laundry room and roof terrace. Pets and sublets are allowed.
The location is conveniently close to China Town, SoHo, Nolita, and the East Village, with all the unique shops, galleries, and restaurants of these neighborhoods. The area is becoming one of the most popular in New York City, attracting professionals, artists and business people. A short one-block walk takes you to the nearest subway and connections to other parts of the city.