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In Market

Just Sold: Residence 76J | One Manhattan Square

Aug 20, 2021 | By: LX Collection

Residence 76J of One Manhattan Square has gone into contract at $6.843 million, representing one of the priciest signed contracts  in the building to date according to public records. The 2,347-square-foot residence is part of the building’s Skyscape Collection, a group of condominiums on One Manhattan Square’s upper floors that feature spacious foyers, kitchens with breakfast bars, and primary ensuite bathrooms with heated floors and steam showers.

Residence 76J’s spacious living room and corner dining room boast views over New York Harbor and the Hudson River. The adjoining windowed kitchen features Miele and Sub-Zero appliances—including a speed oven, a wine fridge, and a built-in whole-bean coffee system—as well as a breakfast bar and a pantry. An exterior vented range hood and vented washer and dryer in the nearby laundry closet are an added bonus.

Night-time river view of One Manhattan Square luxury condominiums in New York City. Lit high rise in the starry night sky. Photo Credit: Extell Development Company

The corner primary bedroom suite overlooks the Manhattan skyline, and features side-by-side walk-in closets. The windowed ensuite bathroom sports a walk-in shower, a Wetstyle soaking tub, and a separate water closet. Two additional bedrooms each feature ensuite bathrooms. A powder room with a Boffi pedestal sink and Covelano marble accent wall is an elegant finishing touch to this residence.

The Neighborhood: 

The Lower East Side pulses with the energy of New York culture and nightlife. Steeped in history, it shares a deep connections to the city’s immigrant experience that is still reflected in beloved businesses like Jewish appetizing food counter Russ & Daughters, stretching back to 1907, and Katz’s Delicatessen, a mainstay for sky-high sandwiches since 1888. These days, the neighborhood’s narrow streets hide some of the most on-trend bars, art galleries, and shops in the whole city. For a real taste of this eclectic enclave, hit the streets after dark when the Lower East Side comes alive with the bustle of thrill-seekers who file back home only when the sun is coming up.

Building Amenities:

One Manhattan Square has one of the most extensive amenity packages in the city, with indoor and outdoor spaces and facilities that tick every box. Its acre of private outdoor areas has something for everyone and includes a covered dog run, a playground, a tea pavilion, and an outdoor kitchen. The indoor sports club features full-court basketball, a two-lane bowling alley, a squash court, a golf simulator, and more, while the spa gives way to a tranquility garden, a hammam with a cold plunge pool, and a 75-foot salt-water swimming pool. There are amenities aimed at relaxing, too, like the cellar bar and lounge, wine room, and 70-seat movie theater. But all of this is just the beginning. What is listed here just skims the surface of the building’s immense amenity offerings.