287 East Houston Street is a modern residential building nestled in the heart of Lower East Side between Clinton and Suffolk Streets. The strategic location provides easy access to transportation, along with a variety of shopping, restaurants, and nightlife that are bringing the neighborhood back on the homebuyer's radar.
Designed by Aldo Andreoli of AA Studios with executive architect Jeffery Cole, the building offers a modern interpretation of iconic cast iron structures that exemplified the Lower East Side's original architecture. The building's oversized windows capture natural light and showcase magnificent north and south views of the Midtown skyline, including the Empire State building, the Chrysler Building, and the Freedom Tower.
The 28-unit building boasts a range of amenities, including a part-time doorman supplemented by a virtual doorman, a fitness center, bike storage, private storage, supplemental laundry, and a landscaped common roof deck with an outdoor kitchen. Each condominium is custom-designed to offer well-organized and unique living spaces that are both comfortable and functional. The units range from one to three bedrooms, including a triplex penthouse, with two Maisonette homes featuring private gardens and two penthouses with ample terrace space.