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222 East Broadway #5D is Now Being Listed (Sponsored)

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222 E. Broadway is a ground-up 28-story luxury tower and renovated 11-story loft building on the corner of East Broadway and Clinton Street. Located in the heart of the Lower East Side, 222 E. Broadway offers views of the Midtown and Lower Manhattan skyline as well as of Brooklyn and the East River. In addition to its proximity to New York City’s most iconic cultural destinations, the building offers a substantial collection of indoor and outdoor amenities as well as exceptional service with both a 24-hour doorman/ concierge and live-in resident manager.

222 E. Broadway was designed by the acclaimed New York-based architecture firm SLCE Architects and its exterior facade was designed by the New York-based architectural design studio S4Architecture. The building offers 70 residences ranging from studio to four-bedroom apartments with walk-out private terraces in select homes.

The building’s interiors were designed by Paris Forino with modern design and timeless details. 222 E. Broadway’s homes feature oversized windows and 7” wide oak floors. The kitchens are equipped with custom Italian cabinetry, marble countertops and Miele, SubZero and Bosch appliances and the primary baths feature marble floors and custom glaze ceramic tile as well as Waterwork bath fixtures.

222 E. Broadway offers its residents access to 14,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, including a 6,700-square-foot private park with a children’s playground and barbequing areas. Additionally, the building includes an indoor swimming pool, fitness center/ yoga studio, screening room with a lounge and an indoor children’s playroom.

View this three bedroom listing at Cantor and Pecorella 

Click HERE for additional details and availability.

222 East Broadway #5D

Price: $4,150,000 

Common Charges:$3,036

Taxes: $1,857

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