123 Baxter Street offers unusual New York real estate. Erected in 2005, the seven-story building has 26 condominium units. Developed by the American Development Group, the building features a design by Adam Kusher of Kusher Studios Architecture + Design. The building is distinguished by its unusual fenestration pattern, rounded corners, varying window sizes and circular entrance. Each apartment also has a rounded wall.
The modern residences star feature is the kitchen, which is fully equipped with top-of-the-line appliances and finishes. The high-tech LG Internet Fridge offers a notebook PC built-in. The software includes a diary, phone book, and recipe database. It also includes a TV tuner and a pair of speakers. Miele 5-burner gas stove, convection oven, dishwasher and wall coffee system round-out the appliance suite, while white oak and stainless steel cabinetry, sleek granite countertops and polished-nickel Watermark fixtures finish the room. The oversized kitchen also offers plenty of space to entertain, and a brilliant southern exposure ensures that the area has an abundance of natural light. Baths feature custom rain shower cabins, black granite-topped vanities, jade glass wall tiles and slate flooring. Units also contain home dry-cleaning units, central vacuum cleaners and walk in closets.
The New York real estate offered at 123 Baxter Street has an unusual appearance, unusual apartment amenities, and an unusual building amenity. The automated parking facility maximizes garage space by sliding cars closer together using a turntable, which provides convenient access in narrow and limited spaces. Parking takes an approximate three minutes, and the same for picking up the vehicle. Residents can swipe a card in the elevator and find their car awaiting them when they arrive in the garage. The on-site garage can accommodate 64 cars, double the occupancy of a non-automated facility.
123 Baxter Street enjoys a central downtown location in Little Italy in close proximity to SoHo, Tribeca, and Chinatown. It’s just few steps away from the "Police Building" and just east of Tribeca. There are many nearby options for dining, shopping and entertainment. There is also nearby transportation.