On the Lower East Side stands a 4-story prewar building designed by architect Karl Fisher. This new development, 263 Bowery, has flowing layouts and uniquely crafted concrete floors, reflecting a sophisticated environment.
The apartments are appointed with high ceilings and over-sized windows. There is also a private outdoor space, which offers views of the neighborhood, including Sarah Roosevelt Park. The kitchens display Caesarstone counter tops with cutting-edge appliances, including a dishwasher and other high-end equipment. It also has built-in cabinetry. The apartments have spacious bathrooms as well, with a stunning design provided by a glass shower and a soaking tub.
Other building amenities include a key-operated elevator and a sophisticated roof deck that can be shared among residents. There is a doorman but no concierge.
The neighborhood has other nearby attractions like the Sperone Westwater Gallery and a variety of options for fine dining. It is also perfectly located near a number of subway lines as well.