The Library

61 Rivington Street, Garden A

Lower East Side   |   Eldridge Street & Allen Street

Condo [Virtual Doorman]
$ 2,034,250
Rooms 3
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1.5
Status Active
Real Estate Taxes [Monthly] $ 1,043
Common Charges [Monthly] $ 910
Financing Allowed 90%
Listing ID: 1944524

Property Description

IMMINENT OCCUPANCY HIGH CEILINGS, EXPOSED BRICK, PRIVATE GARDEN, EACH HOME ONE-OF-A-KIND! This expansive 1-bedroom + home office, 1.5-bathroom duplex with private outdoor space is a seamless blend of modern sophistication, reuse architecture and traditional old city charm. This duplex boasts an open concept living room, featuring high ceilings with airy reclaimed wood ceiling beams, exposed brick walls, elegant wide plank light oak floors and oversized windows, saturating the living space with northeastern light. For your convenience, there is an in-unit Bosch washer/dryer and a keyless entry door. The kitchen defines this home with the immediately eye-catching rare marble stone eat-in island, countertops and backsplashes, warm walnut lower cabinets, matte lacquered upper cabinets, an integrated InSinkErator and stunning high-end appliances from Wolf, Asko, and Sub-Zero, giving a wonderful balance of formal and rustic charm. The primary bedroom has a deep reach-in closet, southeast exposure and easy access to a pristine full bathroom adorned with polished natural stone slab walls, radiant heated floors, and glossy ceramic subway tiles, a Toto toilet, towel warmer, and chic fixtures from Kohler and Kallista. The sprawling lower level is perfect for a media room, or an office with its own entrance along with a trio of custom-built-out closets, an immaculate powder room, and direct access to a private 204 sq ft backyard. The Library is a one-of-a-kind boutique condominium by The Horizon Group, Isaac & Stern, and Brittany Marom Interior Design. A testament to modern elegance and adaptive reuse architecture, the building incorporates the original 1905 McKim, Mead & White structure that served as the downtown branch of the New York Public Library. The building façade consists of a pair of square Corinthian columns and an elegant entablature and parapet, and its amenities include a private gym, a virtual doorman system, bicycle storage, and a furnished rooftop terrace with a grilling station. The building is steps from dozens of trendy restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops, and it is a block away from Sara D. Roosevelt Park. Also close by are the East Village, The Bowery, NoLita, Little Italy, and NoHo. Nearby subway lines include the J/Z/E/F. THE COMPLETE OFFERING TERMS ARE IN AN OFFERING PLAN AVAILABLE FROM SPONSOR. FILE NO. CD20-0193.
IMMINENT OCCUPANCY HIGH CEILINGS, EXPOSED BRICK, PRIVATE GARDEN, EACH HOME ONE-OF-A-KIND! This expansive 1-bedroom + home office, 1.5-bathroom duplex with private outdoor space is a seamless blend of modern sophistication, reuse architecture and traditional old city charm. This duplex boasts an open concept living room, featuring high ceilings with airy reclaimed wood ceiling beams, exposed brick walls, elegant wide plank light oak floors and oversized windows, saturating the living space with northeastern light. For your convenience, there is an in-unit Bosch washer/dryer and a keyless entry door. The kitchen defines this home with the immediately eye-catching rare marble stone eat-in island, countertops and backsplashes, warm walnut lower cabinets, matte lacquered upper cabinets, an integrated InSinkErator and stunning high-end appliances from Wolf, Asko, and Sub-Zero, giving a wonderful balance of formal and rustic charm. The primary bedroom has a deep reach-in closet, southeast exposure and easy access to a pristine full bathroom adorned with polished natural stone slab walls, radiant heated floors, and glossy ceramic subway tiles, a Toto toilet, towel warmer, and chic fixtures from Kohler and Kallista. The sprawling lower level is perfect for a media room, or an office with its own entrance along with a trio of custom-built-out closets, an immaculate powder room, and direct access to a private 204 sq ft backyard. The Library is a one-of-a-kind boutique condominium by The Horizon Group, Isaac & Stern, and Brittany Marom Interior Design. A testament to modern elegance and adaptive reuse architecture, the building incorporates the original 1905 McKim, Mead & White structure that served as the downtown branch of the New York Public Library. The building façade consists of a pair of square Corinthian columns and an elegant entablature and parapet, and its amenities include a private gym, a virtual doorman system, bicycle storage, and a furnished rooftop terrace with a grilling station. The building is steps from dozens of trendy restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops, and it is a block away from Sara D. Roosevelt Park. Also close by are the East Village, The Bowery, NoLita, Little Italy, and NoHo. Nearby subway lines include the J/Z/E/F. THE COMPLETE OFFERING TERMS ARE IN AN OFFERING PLAN AVAILABLE FROM SPONSOR. FILE NO. CD20-0193.

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Apartment Features

A/C [Central]
Washer / Dryer
Washer / Dryer Hookups

Outdoor

Terrace
61 Rivington Street Lower East Side New York NY 10002

Building Details [61 Rivington Street]

Ownership Condo
Service Level Virtual Doorman
Access Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 415/20
Building Type Low-Rise
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1903
Floors/Apts 6/11

Building Amenities

Bike Room
Fitness Facility
Roof Deck

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