(Sponsored) Halstead Property Apartment of the Week

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SPACIOUS AND OPEN WITH SKYLINE VIEWS!

Open and airy, light filled two bedroom/balcony home with two walls of windows! Double exposures with views over the park to the entire downtown skyline and toward midtown as well. Extra large master bedroom and good sized second bedroom. Two walls separating the kitchen from the living room have been removed creating an open footprint with loft-like feel. Both the kitchen and bath are windowed and there are numerous closets. Co-op amenities include 2 private parks with playgrounds, a fully equipped gym, community room, and children’s playroom. All of this and incredibly low maintenance! Gifting and guarantors are permitted. Dogs allowed with registration. Convenient to great shops, restaurants, and cafes on Clinton, Broome, Division, Orchard and Ludlow Streets. $63.90/assessment until July 2019. The current requirements as of July 2016 is that Seward Park co-op permits subleasing after 2 years of ownership. Additional monthly fee is 50% of maintenance for the first two years and escalates 50% every two years thereafter. Caps off at 300% for years 11 and beyond. All subleases are subject to board approval.

208 East Broadway, J1104

Price: $1.1 million

Maintenance: $791.64

Open House: Sunday, August 21, 12:30-1:30 p.m.

Offered by Neal Young & Jeremy Bolger, Halstead Property.

Additional photos and info available here.

Featured Photo: Red-Tailed Hawk on the Lower East Side

Red-tailed Hawk on the L.E.S. - photo by Rich Caplan

Thanks to photographer and L.E.S. resident Rich Caplan, who sent us this photo of a red-tailed hawk coming in for a landing on a building vent at 208 E. Broadway.  Could the Pale Male family be venturing downtown for some new lodgings?