Inside One Manhattan Square

Once completed in 2018, the much discussed One Manhattan Square luxury condominium tower will rise 80 stories from the coastline of the Lower East Side, making it the tallest structure ever to be developed in our traditionally low- to mid-rise district. We had the pleasure of taking a tour of the sales office, and came away fairly amazed at the scope of the project.

Touted as a “vertical village” — a moniker well deserved — One Manhattan Square will house 100,000 square feet of amenities alone. So much so that the first four floors will be dedicated to just about every modern convenience and recreational opportunity imaginable: From a movie theater and event space, three pools, billiards room, bowling alley, golf simulator, arcade room, full-size basketball court and weight room, to a dog run, day spa, children’s playroom, indoor/outdoor dining and the second largest private garden in New York City (close to one acre).

Its 815 units will range from $1.173 million for a 723-square-foot one-bedroom to $3.513 million for a 1667 square foot three-bedroom. Though not expected to be completed until 2018, over 100 units have already been sold since launching sales in early November. The sales gallery is cleverly designed to showcase finishes you would see in the actual building, spectacular views of the East River, Hudson River, midtown skyline and downtown Brooklyn, combine that with their low monthly carrying costs, it’s understandable why they’ve been so successful.

Also planned is an affordable housing complex next door, in which rental apartments will be offered via a lottery.

Here is a look inside:

 

Learn more about One Manhattan Square:
http://onemanhattansquare.com/
212.252.1560

Interested in viewing/purchasing? LoHo Realty can help!
Contact Eric or Jacob: (212) 388-1115

 

Eric Ferrara

I'm a 4th generation Lower East Sider, professional NYC history author, movie & TV consultant & personality, founder of Lower East Side History Project, and real estate agent at LOHO Realty.

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