47 1/2 E 1ST ST in Bowery

Bowery

Cool factor Fun nightlife Great food Young crowd

Manhattan’s Bowery neighborhood is a historically rich one, with its name (bouwerij in Dutch) spanning all the way back to the 17th century.

This neighborhood is tucked cozily between chic Soho to the west, bustling Chinatown to the south, Little Italy and the Lower East Side a few blocks away. The area lends itself to several main thoroughfares such as Houston Street, Delancey and the Bowery itself.

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Building Mix

  • 37% Walk-Up
  • 23% Pre War
  • 7% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 6% Luxury Highrise
  • 6% New Building
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Descriptions of 47 1/2 E 1st St

Probably best known for the slew of trendy bars and lounges that spring up constantly, the Lower East Side also has a funky mix of trendy boutiques, mom-and-pop shops, cozy cafes, and chic restaurants. J. Jude Branco (Apr 2013)
W/D, DW, gran kitchen, balcony, 2 marble baths with Kohler Fixtures, video intercom, individual climate control, exposed brick, wide plank oak floors, french doors, and clasic moldings. New construction building conveniently located in prime East Village close to F, V subway lines, Whole Foods Market, best restaurants, and nighlife. Svetlana Novikova (Feb 2010)
Located in prime East Village area steps from shopping, nightlife and restaurants, including Katz's Deli, and just minutes to Union Square and the F, N, R, J, Z, and 6 subway lines. Sebastian Cardona (Feb 2013)
Spacious living area as well as bedrooms with hardwood floors and exposed brick walls supplement the fabulous 2 marble bathrooms and washer/dryer on premises. Jonathan Ron (Aug 2012)
You will reside near Transportation ]BUS, METRO and TAXI], Entertainment ]STOMP, Neo-Futurist] and Restaurants ]Pylos, Momofukuko, Caracas Arepa Bar]. Jonathan Tynes (Jan 2014)
Transportation is readily accessible and the L train can get you across town in minutes, a luxury rarely afforded in many other NYC areas. Experience the authentic restaurants, unique cafes and quirky boutiques that make this neighborhood a unique and treasured city locale. Jonathan Gartrelle (Mar 2014)
Pet Friendly, Steps to Whole Foods, Bars, Cafes, Restaurants and Shopping, A Block from the B/D/F/M Trains, A Brief Walk to the 6 Train. RICHARD MEZA (Jun 2012)
Two Bedrooms Two Marble Bathrooms Stainless Steel Kitchen Dishwasher Laundry hardwood Floors High Ceilings Balcony This is a MUST see. Bergen Cooper (May 2011)
Architectural details include crown molding, french doors, recessed lighting, exposed brick and hardwood floors throughout. McKensey Bagwell (Feb 2014)

Nearby Subway Stations

  • F 2 Av (0.05 mi)
  • 4 6 5 Bleecker St (0.36 mi)
  • J Bowery (0.39 mi)
  • F Delancey St (0.4 mi)
  • 4 6 5 Astor Pl (0.42 mi)

building details

Floors: 5
Units: 10
Floor area: 5090
Year built: 1900

Building Median Rents

2br: $4,695

Nearby Schools

Satellite Academy Hs At Forsythe Street
High school
198 FORSYTH STREET
Cascades High School
High school
198 FORSYTH STREET
P.S. 063 William Mckinley
Elementary
121 EAST 3 STREET
Neighborhood School
Elementary
121 EAST 3 STREET
P.S. 020 Anna Silver
Elementary
166 ESSEX STREET
School For Global Leaders
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
145 STANTON STREET
Marta Valle Secondary School
High school
145 STANTON STREET
Lower East Side Preparatory High School
High school
145 STANTON STREET
Harvey Milk High School
High school
2-10 ASTOR PLACE
P.S. 064 Robert Simon
Elementary
600 EAST 6 STREET
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