History meets modern with style, space and sun in this 6th floor south and east facing loft within the Lower East Sides landmark 'Forward' building. This corner home with its 11' ceilings and oversize windows, originally designed as a two bed, is currently set up as a grand one bed with guest space. Exceptional views from the Manhattan bridge to the Woolworth building to a quaint church, whose clock face you can read from your window, are all to be enjoyed. A modern sculptural Poliform kitchen, with a Wolf range and Sub-Zero, opens to a multi-windowed great space. At one end of the expansive master suite sits, what can only be described, as the ultimate dressing room with enough luxurious walnut trimmed storage to satisfy the biggest Fashionista. Additional features include a W/D and CAC. The building feats a 24 hour Doorman, roof terrace, bicycle room, and refrigerator in the lobby for your food deliveries. The 'Forward' was constructed in 1912 for the Jewish 'Daily Forward', and converted to luxury condominiums in 2005. The 12 story Beau-Arts style 'skyscraper' sits directly across from Seward Park and remains a defining presence in this vibrant neighborhood.