Copper Building

215 AVENUE B

Architect
Stephen B. Jacobs Group Architects PC

Building Description

At 215 Avenue B in the northeastern corner of the East Village stands the Copper Building, a neo-modern condominium surrounded by a sea of historic brick tenement buildings, now some of the trendiest places to live in Manhattan. A vibrant, unique neighborhood in New York City, the East Village is replete with boutiques, restaurants, and music venues, all frequented by a diverse crowd, in particular a large student population. Near 14th Street, the Copper Building is only two blocks away from the subway, with convenient access to the rest of Manhattan and Brooklyn only one stop to the east. Thoroughly contemporary inside and out, the Copper Building features elements typical of loft architecture, such as high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, mixed with modern design and luxury. Solid wood and tile flooring gives way to grainy cabinetry and stainless steel appliances, all of which are accented through recessed and indirect lighting. At the same time, each of the condos for sale at 215 Avenue B has a bathroom outfitted with sumptuous tiling, an ocean-colored shower backsplash, and metallic components.   What would the Copper Building be without its amenities? Residents at 215 Avenue B have access to a furnished rooftop terrace and a private gym, both great for relaxing after a long day's work, or even just to look out onto the Lower Manhattan cityscape. In addition, there is also individual cold storage and 24-hour doorman service. All of this in a thriving neighborhood with something new always popping up. It doesn't happen much, but it is at the Copper Building.

Building Amenities

  • bike storage
  • elevator
  • fitness center
  • garden
  • laundry
  • rooftop deck
  • storage room
Architect
Stephen B. Jacobs Group Architects PC

Location

Staticmap?size=450x300&zoom=16&markers=40.729011, 73

Nearby Transportation

14th Street & 1st Avenue (6 min walk)

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14th Street & Union Square (15 min walk)

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8th Street & NYU (15 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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