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All images of 242 Broome Street interiors via QuallsBenson All images of 242 Broome Street interiors via QuallsBenson
Essex Crossing’s first condominium at 242 Broome Street is best known for its striking, champagne-colored façade designed by SHoP Architects. However, its interiors by DXA Studio are proving to be equal standouts, as a model unit shows: As the first residents start to move in, a 12th-floor 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath apartment styled by ASH NYC has just been unveiled.

At $2.84 million, this apartment is above the Lower East Side’s average price of $2.5 million for two-bedrooms (per CityRealty data). It is important to note, though, that its location in the crown jewel of New York’s most hotly anticipated mega-development is sure to drive the price up. In addition to building amenities like a roof deck and entertainment lounge, residents will have easy access to the International Center of Photography, The Market Line, and all of Essex Crossing's retail, entertainment, and outdoor offerings.

White oak floors, grey-veined marble, and warm-toned millwork provide a gorgeous frame for the artistically inspired interiors.


Mid-century modern furniture and contemporary art sourced from the nearby Denny Gallery create an inviting oasis with a youthful edge.


The kitchen features custom walnut cabinetry, Calacatta marble countertops, and a full Gaggenau appliance suite.


Both bedrooms have luxe Schumacher wall coverings and oversized windows looking out on Lower Manhattan.


The honed-marble master bath is accented with a custom vanity and Dornbacht fixtures.

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