7 East 17th Street is a building in Manhattan, which has recently undergone a full-facade restoration. The restoration firm took great pains in replicating the original design aesthetic of this 8-story turn-of-the-century structure, originally built in 1903. The lobby has been newly renovated as well. The property is located in a unique neighborhood, the Flatiron district, which sports the unique architecture of the Flatiron Building in the center of the area.
The spacious and elegant apartments within are a mix of different sizes and floor plans. The building offers plenty of outside space in which to relax as well. There is a private roof deck, which offers over 5,400 square feet of outdoor space. The units offer large, spacious rooms and some have loft spaces as well. The floor plans are set out so as to allow for maximum modification to satisfy each resident’s needs. The rooms feature high ceilings and plenty of oversized windows, which flood them with natural light. A sense of warmth is reflected from the wood floors as well. Some have the much-desired exposed brick walls and loft spacing. The units also have two-zone central Air for personal temperature adjustment, walk-in closets, and 2 private keyed elevators. The gourmet Bulthaup kitchens feature Miele stovetop islands and the baths feature separate steam showers.
7 East 17th is in a bustling neighborhood just steps away from the historical Union Square and the prestigious New York University. There is a wide variety of opportunities of all kinds to be found in a short stroll in any direction, including those for fine and casual dining or a meal on the go, shopping, nightlife entertainments such as movie theaters, and public transportation for exploration or commuting to work. There is an abundance of some of the best markets in the city quite nearby, including a Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, and the largest farmer’s market in the city, the Greenmarket at Union Square, where many local restaurant chefs can be found early in the morning making the purchases, which will decide the day’s menu. The L, N, Q, R, 4, 5, and 6 train entrances are also located nearby.