Built at the turn of the century, 315 East 12th Street is located in the heart of the East Village, between 1st and 2nd Avenue. This prewar walk up has a detailed façade that is in sync with the lobby and stairwell, and the entire structure is comprised of 70 units, spread out between two floors. 315 East 12th Street serves as an established co-op, and the building offers both “as-is” and newly renovated apartments, ranging in size from one to three bedrooms.
Every apartment at 315 East 12th Street boasts high ceilings and windows in every room, and many are detailed with prewar details like thick crown moldings and exposed brick walls. Kitchens are windowed and gallery-style, plenty of storage space, and newer units boast granite countertops, state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances. Bathrooms are also well lit, with large showers and shower basins. Although the building lacks the amenities of something new construction, the co-op board is financially strong and organized, and there is a doublewide basement, great for residential storage. 315 East 12th Street's address also puts it one of Manhattan's liveliest neighborhoods, providing residents with access to some of the city's best nightlife and culturally diverse venues.