250 BOWERY

250 BOWERY

Type
Loft
Architect
Adjimi&Andreoli
Developer
The Vella Group
Active Listings
1 Active Sale
Unit Beds Baths Sq Ft Price
APT 6AF 2 BEDS 2 BATHS N/A $2,250,000

Building Description

Designed by renowned architectural firm Adjmi & Andreoli, 250 Bowery will be an 8-story mid-rise on Manhattan's Lower East Side that captures its industrial past and moves that design into the future. Currently under construction, 250 Bowery will be a 40,000 square foot mixed-use apartment building anchored by either an art gallery or a restaurant on its bottom two floors. Developed by VE Equities LLC, 250 Bowery will feature 20 high-end 1- and 2-bedroom loft-style condos with floor-to-ceiling windows, some of which will have private outdoor space, and four 3- to 5-bedroom duplex penthouses with private rooftop terraces, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, and sweeping views of lower Manhattan. Amenities at this newly constructed mid-rise condo will include 24-hour doorman service and available bike storage and private storage. 250 Bowery will stand out from its contemporaries in the high-end Manhattan condo listings not only for its forward-thinking architectural and interior design, but also because this loft-style newly constructed condo is one of the few on Manhattan's Lower East Side, especially on the Bowery. The Bowery has a well-deserved reputation as a place where innovative art, fashion, and design intersect, and with many boutique retail stores and gourmet restaurants close by, 250 Bowery is a high-end condo uniquely situated in one of Manhattan's trendiest neighborhoods.

Building Amenities

  • bike storage
  • concierge
  • doorman
  • elevator
  • lounge
  • rooftop deck
Type
Loft
Architect
Adjimi&Andreoli
Developer
The Vella Group
Active Listings
1 Active Sale

Location

Staticmap?size=450x300&zoom=16&markers=40.723042, 73

Nearby Transportation

Delancey Street & Bowery (4 min walk)

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Bleecker Street & Lafayette Street (4 min walk)

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Spring Street & Lafayette (4 min walk)

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Nolita

Originally part of Little Italy, this neighborhood North of today’s Little Italy (where it got its name), transformed into an upscale neighborhood through rapid suburbanization and urban renewal. Its brick and cast iron buildings are historic, defining the famous architecture that Nolita is...

 
 

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