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The best listings in NoHo and the Lower East Side The best listings in NoHo and the Lower East Side

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Neighborhoods like NoHo, Nolita and the Lower East Side are having a perpetual day in the sunshine. With cool new boutiques, bars, and restaurants opening almost daily, the eye-pleasing street scene just keeps getting better. The area is known for having some of downtown Manhattan's most interesting new buildings interspersed with historic and restored lofts and tenements. The recent listings below are just a small sampling of the great finds old and new tucked around every corner.
Brewster Carriage House, 374 Broome Street, #PHA. Brewster Carriage House, 374 Broome Street, #PHA. Listed Sept. 26, 2017. Image: Douglas Elliman

Brewster Carriage House, 374 Broome St, #PHA - $9.5M

3 beds, 3 baths 

A great example of the neighborhood's bounty of interesting spaces, this vintage-meets-modern 1856 landmark stands at the crossroads of three NYC neighborhoods that are among its oldest as well as it's most vibrant. The exquisitely renovated loft has three bedrooms, a gas fireplace,13-foot ceilings, central A/C and eight oversized windows. Bespoke iron-wrapped kitchen cabinets feature hand-finished oak interiors and hand oxidized brass upper cabinets. Coolest of all is an amazing roof garden just outside the main living area that features mature plantings, an outdoor sound system and an outdoor kitchen with a gas grill.
Forward Building, 175 East Broadway, #MZ. Listed Sept 27, 2017. Forward Building, 175 East Broadway, #MZ. Listed Sept 27, 2017. Listing: Douglas Elliiman

Forward Building, 175 East Broadway, #MZ - $2.495M

2 beds, 2 baths 

The Forward Building is one of the neighborhood's most celebrated pre-war doorman buildings, as well as being one of its most historically interesting. The building is the former headquarters of the Jewish Daily Forward newpaper and among the most important landmarks on the Lower East Side, designed in the Beaux-Arts style by George A. Boehn. The building's facade has its name incised above its arched entrance in English and in Yiddish. This unique mezzanine two-bedroom home boasts the original decorative plaster ceiling dome with a sunburst centerpiece in the living room, and both bedrooms have an original stained glass window. Among its amenities, the building offers a common roof terrace and cold storage for deliveries.
The Silk Building, 14 East 4th Street, #1113 The Silk Building, 14 East 4th Street, #1113. Listed Sep 29, 2017. Image: Compass

The Silk Building, 14 East 4th St, #1113 - $3.25M

3 beds, 2.5 baths 

This big, sunny loft with a private terrace gives you four levels in the iconic Silk Building with a possible three bedrooms and Empire State Buidling views. The home's master suite gets its own floor with plenty of room for relaxing and working. On the upper level is a sunroom with a glass ceiling and sliding doors leading to a private terrace. The 1908 building was converted to condominiums in 1987.
100 Norfolk Street, #6B 100 Norfolk Street, #6B. Listed Sept 28, 2017. Image: Douglas Elliman

100 Norfolk St, #6B - $2.25M

2 beds, 2 baths 

This newly-minted building is a fascinating architectural addition to the Lower East Side with its striking cantilevered glass façade designed by Eran Chen of ODA. Among the 38 gorgeous apartments within, this corner one-bedroom has walls of windows and stunning Manhattan views. The building offers a 24-hour concierge, a state-of-the-art gym, a yoga room, a common roof deck and an outdoor garden lounge.
718 Broadway, #4C. 718 Broadway, #4C. Updated Sept 22, 2017. Image: Halstead Property

718 Broadway, #4C - $2.2M

2 beds, 2 baths 

This sun-filled two-bedroom loft is a rare find, with classic pre-war details and loft bones. The open living and dining space features 12-foot ceilings 8-foot high windows, and a new custom renovation means interiors and appliances are state-of-the-art. The building offers a laundry room, and there's a communal roof deck with amazing city views.
Inspiration: Sheryl Crow sells her incredible Noho loft for $2.72M Sheryl Crow sells her incredible Noho loft for $2.72M

Inspiration: Sheryl Crow Sells Her Incredible NoHo Loft For $2.72M

Back in June, singer Sheryl Crow sold her Noho nest at 46 Great Jones Street. The second-floor loft sold to J.P. Morgan managing director Fadi Hanna for $2.72 million according to city records. The classic downtown loft spans 2,000 square feet, with 13-foot ceilings and exposed brick walls.
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