Historically speaking, the intersection of Second Avenue and East 4th St has been walked on, met at, and been a waypoint for those seeking food, drink or the arts for hundreds of years. Today, the rich prewar architecture of the East Village is exemplified in 99 East 4th Street. Built in 1920, this 66 unit coop has great light in many of its homes, as the neighbor to the North is an open yard in front of the NYPD's 9th Precinct.
Turn-key, Residence 4K is now available. Custom renovation in each room define this two bedroom with high ceilings, an excellent kitchen, and spacious living room / dining room.
Featuring two large windows filled with sky, your living room fits many configurations. Morning light pours into the room from the northeast. Your parquet floor is well maintained. The current layout is organized and elegant, with a five piece furniture set by the two windows, and an eight person dining room table towards the foyer.
Your windowed kitchen has abundant storage and counter space with premium appliances and finishes. There is a calcutta Marble slab backsplash and countertops on your left and right, a Sub-Zero Refrigerator is well positioned behind custom wood paneling that extends to a smart kitchen. Stainless Viking range and Miele dishwasher with a deep sink make cooking or just snacking in your kitchen a joy.
The interior-design led renovation continues into the custom windowed bathroom, with chrome fixtures and white subway tile. There is a shower stall with glass doors.
Each bedroom has two windows and excellent closets. Choose the North or West Exposure to modulate your light preferences.
The East Village and Lower East Side are historic areas known for a unique lifestyle filled with arts, schools, foods, and culture that are unparalleled. 99 East 4th Street is in the center of this universe.