211 Elizabeth Street
A classically designed pre-war condominium, 211 Elizabeth Street supplies a warmth of character and design to this coveted accommodation opportunity. It has fine detail that is delivered with panache and combines both the old styles with a modern New York sophistication that enables it to stand out from the Soho crowd.
You’d be forgiven for thinking you had stepped back in time when entering each luxury apartment. Wood burning fireplaces and walnut herringbone parquet flooring exude a welcome like no other. You are living within pure decadence with a nine-foot multi-paned glass door separating the living room and dining area as proof of this.
The kitchens on the other hand have the finer details of modern appliances with hand painted cabinetry, Danish oiled wood counters complimenting state of the art Sub-Zero and Viking appliances. In the bathrooms you are returned to a state of pure relaxation and luxury with Calacatta gold marble adorning the entire room. One of the major plus points of 211 Elizabeth Street is the streaming of natural light showering the beautiful features in gold through the oversized eight foot high windows.
As for the building amenities you are again given only the highest quality as a resident. A full time doorman works within a framework that also has a full time superintendent. Bicycle storage sits alongside private storage facilities within each level of the building. For recreational purposes there is a state of the art fitness center and a rooftop terrace to enjoy the views.
Soho is a wonderful place to live, learn and experience life. 211 Elizabeth Street sits within range of a whole host of great transportation links as well as fantastic restaurants, great shopping opportunities and of course a vibrant and packed nightlife that is the envy of many other neighborhoods.
- Close to Finest Restaurants
- Good Public Transportation
- Great Subway Connections
- Impressive Architectural Masterpiece
- Many Fireplaces
- Roof Deck
- State-of-the-art Fitness Center
- No Balconies
- No Garage
- New York Film Academy
- The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science & Art
- Sara D. Roosevelt Park
- Whole Foods