165 Chrystie Street

The property is a boutique luxury, ODA-designed 10-story built condominium, featuring floor-through units located in the Lower East Side. The condo by far tops out the rest of the properties on the Chrystie Street, making its mark as a comfortable living destination. a simply-massed building with a robust fenestration system, comprising of expansive interlocking rectangular frames, along Chrystie Street, and an aggressively textured brick facade along its lot-line wall. That north-facing elevation is peppered with windows, hinting that Nexus acquired air rights from its beer distributing neighbors at 167 Chrystie. The interiors of the home provide loft-like spaces with floors in polished concrete, 10-foot-high ceilings and custom kitchens outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances and wine storage. And the amenities include a doorman, private storage space and a common roof terrace. Despite being one of the most commercial street, the condo is in close proximity to the lush Sara D. Roosevelt Park; a perfect spot for you to take a break on a tiresome day at work, or a good morning jog.     CITY REALTY ARTICLE    The residential development sweeping the Bowery clean is now overflowing onto Chrystie Street. With several high-end developments in the pipeline, the latest to begin construction is Nexus Development’s condominium venture at 165 Chrystie Street, between Delancey and Rivington streets. Approved permits filed in 2014 show the project will contain 9 full-floor units, with the ground and first levels dedicated to a duplex. Replacing a nondescript building that held a kitchen supplier on its ground floor, the new structure will be designed by Eran Chen's prominent ODA Architecture, whose notable designs included 15 Union Square West and 303 East 44th Street. A previously released rendering showcases a simply-massed building with a robust fenestration system, comprising of expansive interlocking rectangular frames, along Chrystie Street, and an aggressively textured brick facade along its lot-line wall. That north-facing elevation is peppered with windows, hinting that Nexus acquired air rights from its beer distributing neighbors at 167 Chrystie.    CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS!    

The property is a boutique luxury, ODA-designed 10-story built condominium, featuring floor-through units located in the Lower East Side.
The condo by far tops out the rest of the properties on the Chrystie Street, making its mark as a comfortable living destination. a simply-massed building with a robust fenestration system, comprising of expansive interlocking rectangular frames, along Chrystie Street, and an aggressively textured brick facade along its lot-line wall. That north-facing elevation is peppered with windows, hinting that Nexus acquired air rights from its beer distributing neighbors at 167 Chrystie.
The interiors of the home provide loft-like spaces with floors in polished concrete, 10-foot-high ceilings and custom kitchens outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances and wine storage. And the amenities include a doorman, private storage space and a common roof terrace.
Despite being one of the most commercial street, the condo is in close proximity to the lush Sara D. Roosevelt Park; a perfect spot for you to take a break on a tiresome day at work, or a good morning jog.
 

CITY REALTY ARTICLE

The residential development sweeping the Bowery clean is now overflowing onto Chrystie Street. With several high-end developments in the pipeline, the latest to begin construction is Nexus Development’s condominium venture at 165 Chrystie Street, between Delancey and Rivington streets. Approved permits filed in 2014 show the project will contain 9 full-floor units, with the ground and first levels dedicated to a duplex.
Replacing a nondescript building that held a kitchen supplier on its ground floor, the new structure will be designed by Eran Chen's prominent ODA Architecture, whose notable designs included 15 Union Square West and 303 East 44th Street. A previously released rendering showcases a simply-massed building with a robust fenestration system, comprising of expansive interlocking rectangular frames, along Chrystie Street, and an aggressively textured brick facade along its lot-line wall. That north-facing elevation is peppered with windows, hinting that Nexus acquired air rights from its beer distributing neighbors at 167 Chrystie.

CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS!

 

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