147 Ludlow, a timeless boutique condominium, has officially launched sales for its eight residences priced from $1.895M. With every residence having private outdoor space, the building is perfect for the post-pandemic period.
This is a rare opportunity to own homes by the family-operated development firm Grid Group. Best known for 124 West 16th Street, the only New York building to launch during the pandemic and sell out in less than a year at an average price of $5.8M, the company obsesses over construction which they manage in-house. Corcoran New Development is handling sales and marketing while the DHD Architecture and Interior Design designed 147 Ludlow.
Initial availability includes two and three-bedroom lofts and a full-floor four-bedroom duplex with 37 ft of frontage on Ludlow Street, and 647 square feet of private outdoor space with views of the downtown skyline including a 36′ x 15’+ terrace and private balcony.
All residences at 147 Ludlow feature 9’6 ceilings, white oak floors, and oversized European casement tilt and turn windows. Every luxury home has private outdoor spaces. Kitchens are made using light grey oak custom Italian cabinetry offset by Grey Velvet marble and Arctic white Quartzmaster countertops, and Arctic white Quartzmaster backsplash slabs. Kitchens’ top-of-the-line appliances range includes Fisher and Paykel refrigerators, cooktops, and ovens.
The beautiful primary bathrooms are outfitted with Zuma soaking tubs, Bianco Dolomite and Grey Velvet marble floors, and custom Grey Velvet slab tub decks in select residences. Secondary baths feature Bianco Dolomiti marble, Hansgrohe fixtures, VIGO shower doors, and marble floors. Each bespoke home has central AC, fully vented top-of-the-line washer/ dryers, complete with a dedicated storage room in the basement.
147 Ludlow is located moments away from the Lower East Side’s hotspots like Katz’s Delicatessen, Russ & Daughters, Wildair, Contra, Carbone, Beauty & Essex, Dirty French, Bowery Meat Co., and cultural offerings such as The New Museum, The International Center of Photography, The Public, and Ludlow House.