277 East 7th Street is an intimate new development with six residences offering modern, elegant, relaxed living in the heart of the East Village, on one of the neighborhood’s prettiest tree-lined blocks. lts striking facade incorporates ribbons of concrete and glass curtain walls, clad in brushed zinc with front and rear balconies framed in architectural steel. The lobby is embellished with sculpted reclaimed hardwood wall panels punctuated with LED lighting. A virtual doorman secures the building and allows access for package delivery, while video intercoms and monitors provide peace of mind. A key-locked elevator opens directly into each of the upper floor-through units. The living room balconies showcase a 12-foot span of fully-collapsible, floor-to-ceiling glass panels, providing a relaxed and inviting indoor/outdoor living experience. Wide-plank, Forest Stewardship Council white oak floors provide warm tones and durability throughout. The sleek kitchens include Italian-crafted kitchen cabinetry, waterfall countertops and backsplashes in CaesarStone’s distinctive “London Grey” honed finish, Fisher & Paykel refrigerators and double-drawer dishwashers, and Bertazzoni Professional Series ranges and ducted vents, uniting function with elegance. Advanced 3-zone climate control systems deliver optimum heating and cooling. Windows feature one-inch thick, sound-attenuating thermal high performance glass, balancing light and energy efficiency. Extra-wide hallways lead past 8-foot high “vanishing” interior doors to spacious baths featuring radiant heated floors, with tiles and fixtures from Porcelanosa. Custom Italian vanities, frameless shower enclosures and Zuma Collection soaking tubs complete the thoroughly modern design. North-facing bedrooms (the master with en-suite bath and private balcony) are quiet havens with typical East Village vistas seen through oversized picture frame windows.
Private penthouse roof decks are equipped with outdoor kitchens featuring state of the art electric grills, 5-foot CaesarStone counters, sinks and lpe wood cabinets, along with spacious dining and entertaining spaces with dramatic Manhattan skyline views, including the iconic Freedom Tower and Empire State Building. A generous landscaped garden with illuminated perimeter, bluestone patio and l2-foot Ipe wood fence is exclusive to the first floor residence.