The School House



Building Description

What was once formerly a P.S. 12 building is now a newly constructed luxury condo with 110 apartment units for sale. Situated at 371 Madison Street near the corner of Jackson Street, the Madison Jackson is, to say the least, a “wacky” condo conversion with an unconventionally appealing design and feel. Although Madison Jackson may have a traditional 20th century classic exterior, once residents step inside they will realize the newly constructed condominium will challenge their imagination. In addition to providing residences, the Lower East Side condo conversion also provides space for a showhouse, which includes a Nature room with hanging tees and a Play apartment with sinister-looking dollhouses and anime murals. The amenities, by far, exceed normal expectations. They include organic laundry services, vegetarian organic kosher room service, a juice bar, nutritional therapy, a heated indoor saltwater pool, a yoga studio, and even “cranial sacral therapy,” catering to any residents that feel the need for feng shui and spiritual cleansing. A 24-hour doorman ensures a comfortable level of security, while the location offers a taste of New York's most exhilarating neighborhoods and top-notch schools within just a couple of blocks, making Madison Jackson fitting for both the young-at-heart professionals and families. As one of the representatives of the design company for Madison Jackson said, the condo conversion is truly “a cutting-edge experiment in living.”

Building Amenities

  • concierge
  • courtyard
  • day spa
  • doorman
  • elevator
  • fitness center
  • garage
  • garden
  • laundry
  • parking
  • pied-a-terre allowed
  • pool
  • storage room
  • sublets allowed
  • yoga studio


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Nearby Transportation

Essex St & Canal St (9 min walk)

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Norfolk St & Delancey St (9 min walk)

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7th Ave & 53rd St (13 min walk)

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Subway data provided by NYC Open Data.

Lower East Side

The Lower East Side’s boundaries — east from the Bowery to the East River Park and bounded by Houston street to the north — seem to be the only non-changing aspect of this booming neighborhood. While decades ago, the area was populated mostly with working-class families and up-and-coming...


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