52 E 4TH ST

52 East 4th Street

Scarano Architect PLLC
HK Organization

Building Description

Also affectionately known as Scarano-on-the-Bowery, 52 East Fourth Street is a luxury Manhattan condominium at the center of the much-coveted East Village. Soon after it was built in 2008, the newly constructed condominium received the Society of American Registered Architects Design Award, an award befitting the distinguished elegance of the steel and glass facade that has attracted even the likes of John Legend, a former owner. With floor-to-ceiling glass walls and sweeping windows, the condominium provides exceptional views, from the Financial District and the Empire State Building to the city skyline. The cutting edge interiors—which are accompanied by state-of-the-art SubZero and Bosch appliances, Corian countertops, and custom cabinets—are courtesy of the internationally renown Andres Escobar. The condos also come equipped with hardwood floors and spacious 13-foot ceilings. The types of condos vary, ranging from 1-2 bedroom units to full-floor units to full-floor penthouses. 52 East Fourth Street offers residents a wide range of amenities: A spa swimming pool, a 24-hour concierge, a landscaped roof deck over the pool, private parking, and private-access elevators. The central East Village location gives residents full access to a roaring nightlife and some of the city's best sampling of bars, clubs, and restaurants. This new modern condominium ultimately boasts fine living both inside and outside the condominium.

Building Amenities

  • cabanas
  • day spa
  • doorman
  • elevator
  • garage
  • garden
  • laundry
  • parking
  • pied-a-terre allowed
  • pool
  • rooftop deck
  • sublets allowed
  • washer/dryer allowed
Scarano Architect PLLC
HK Organization


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Nearby Transportation

Bleecker Street & Lafayette Street (4 min walk)

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8th Street & NYU (5 min walk)

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Prince Street & Broadway (8 min walk)

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East Village

East Village is one of the most iconic neighborhoods in Manhattan. Historically, the neighborhood was home to a large Eastern European community, before musicians, artists, and counter-culture folks called East Village home. While historic prewar buildings provide an old-fashioned charm, a...


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