2 Cooper Square

2 Cooper Square is a brand new luxury building located at East 4th Street at the crossroads of the East Village and the Bowery. 2 Cooper Square sits across from Scarano-on-the-Bowery, which is home to musician John Legend, and has taken great pains to make sure that residents enjoy luxurious, stylish residences. The 144-unit luxury rental property offers city living at its best with a rooftop pool creating a country club-like atmosphere. Other amenities include a cutting-edge fitness center and residents’ lounge to intimate private terraces and a rooftop deck offering unparalleled views of one of Manhattan’s hottest neighborhoods.

Units and Pricing

There are five available units at 2 Cooper Square, ranging from a studio priced at $3,150/month to a two bedroom priced at $8,500/month. The median monthly price at 2 Cooper Square is $4,450 – quite high (and clearly due to the building’s hotter than hot location).

Features and Amenities

Residents at 2 Cooper Square enjoy luxurious apartments with top of the line finishes. Apartments boast high ceilings (think 9-12 feet tall), solid oak hardwood floors, individual room control for heating and cooling, Bosch washer/dryers, gourmet chef’s kitchens with granite countertops and more. Some units have walkout terraces. The building boast a 24-hour doorman and concierge, refrigerator storage in the lobby, a tenant’s lounge with fireplace and catering kitchen, a game center with Wii and arcade, a fitness center with a yoga and Pilates studio, private tenant storage, bicycle storage, private dining rooms and a private screening room that can accommodate up to 15 people.

Location

2 Cooper Square is located in the heart of Manhattan’s hottest new neighborhood, The Bowery. Sitting on East 4th Street, just a hop, skip and a jump away from hotspots like The Bowery Hotel’s Gemma restaurant, Phebe’s, and a bevy of other dining and drinking options, 2 Cooper Square isn’t far from the shopping that Soho has to offer, nor the transportation hub that is Union Square. The Bowery was once a deserted avenue full of drug addicts and garbage. These days, it’s the coolest place around, chock full of hip boutiques, expensive restaurants and of the moment nightlife spots.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

If you’re the alternative, ahead of the trends type and have lots of cash to burn, 2 Cooper Square is the building for you. Not just anyone can afford the luxury building’s incredible apartments and amenities, but for those who can, the building really turns up the heat. There’s a bevy of amenities, and the residences are spacious and sun-drenched, with top of the line finishes. The location is one of the hottest around – the Bowery can only stand to get more popular from here. There aren’t too many luxury apartment rental buildings in the neighborhood, so when it comes to Bowery apartments, 2 Cooper Square’s pretty much got a monopoly. That is, until everyone else gets the memo and the luxury rental buildings start sprouting up left and right.

245 East 11th Street

245 East 11th Street is a pre-war rental apartment building in the heart of Manhattan’s East Village. Long the home of artisans and other creative folk, East Greenwich Village is quaint and eclectic, boasting a range of boutiques, bars and restaurants. 245 E 11th Street is an elevator building is located in the trendy East Village, close to popular shops and restaurants, as well as NYU and the Lower East Side.

Units and Pricing

There are no available apartments at 245 East 11th Street at this time, thanks to the popularity of the building. Previous rental listings, of which there are 49, ranged in price from $2,250/month to $4,500/a month. The median price for rentals at 245 East 11th Street is $3,750.

Features and Amenities

245 East 11th Street is a pre-war elevator building. It is pet friendly, and offers on-site laundry facilities. Heat and hot water are included in rent. Apartments feature high ceilings, exposed brick, double pane windows and dishwashers. 245 East 11th Street has an in-house super.

Location

Renting in New York is all about location, and 245 East 11th Street couldn’t be in a better location. The East Village is one of the most popular residential neighborhoods in the city. Step outside your doorstep and you’re just a few blocks from St. Mark’s Place, home of punk teenagers and hookah bars. If that’s not your style, take in a drink at the Starbucks on East 9th Street and Second Avenue, or walk up a block to the East Village Cinema to take in a movie. Whatever it is you want to do, the East Village has it. Union Square and all of its big box stores and groceries are just a short walk away, as are a bevy of public transportation options.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Here’s all that needs to be said: this is an elevator, pre-war building with exposed brick in the heart of the East Village. Everything else is just peanuts.