At the Lower East Side on the corner of the streets of Broome and Ludlow, is 77 Ludlow Street a new 8-story construction displays prewar architecture with a touch of sophistication.
Despite the building's historic edifice, it takes pride in bringing modern living by way of its appliance-filled rooms and vibrant interiors. Continuous renovations have undoubtedly proved the maker’s attention to detail. The striking design of the granite floors is unveiled upon entering the lobby and other public hallways. Its units are all constructed with beautifully designed bamboo and porcelain floors. Its kitchens, apart from being designed with granite countertops, are adorned with open bars. There are striking views of the beauty of the city as well, as all apartments are constructed with a balcony.
The building hosts one- to three-bedroom units, and also penthouses and duplex units where additional state-of-the-art appliances can be found. A stainless steel refrigerator, microwave, stove, dishwasher and a washer and dryer are made available in every unit. There is also central air conditioning with individual controls and double-paned, energy-efficient windows.
Accessibility is an advantage for most apartments. For whatever you might desire, theaters, shopping and dining areas are all within convenient reach. Visit the most sought after spots like Little Italy, Chinatown and The East Village, for they are just around the neighborhood. Parks and means of transportation like subway lines and buses are also easily accessible.