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As sales of the 81 condominiums begin, so does the third act for 62 Avenue B. After Magnum Real Estate Group purchased the nursing home on the site in 2011 and converted it to rentals, the building then known as Bloom 62 attracted attention for all the wrong reasons: Lively parties forced management to close the roof deck indefinitely. Now, as the East Village continues its evolution into a family-friendly neighborhood, the building's next chapter will be a collection of renovated condos christened Liberty Toye.
All apartments at Liberty Toye feature open layouts, hardwood floors, and in-unit washer/dryers. Kitchens have custom cabinets, white marble counters, brushed brass fixtures, and stainless steel Bosch appliances. Bathrooms are outfitted with white marble, chrome fixtures, and grey vanity with touches of brushed brass.
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Prices range from $685K for a studio to $1.375 million for a two-bedroom, and come to an average of $1,600 per square foot. This puts them just above the East Village average of $1,561 per square foot.
Liberty Toye welcomes pets, and a lush entry garden leads to an attended lobby. The roof deck is open again, and offers grills, dining areas, lounge, outdoor shower, and 360-degree city views. Additional amenities include a recreation room and fitness center with yoga studio. The building is a short walk away from Tomkins Square Park as well as the theaters and galleries that established Alphabet City as an artist’s domain. Popular restaurants and bars are right outside the front door.
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