This property checks all the boxes for buyers looking for pre-war character and modern design.
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An exquisite and rare architectural gem is now on the market in one of the coolest New York City neighborhoods, and it could be yours for $6.95 million. No, we're not talking about a new hotel-branded residence, although living in your favorite luxury hotel does sound like an absolute treat. While the Big Apple has no shortage of picture-perfect new real estate developments, this one is located in a classic pre-war building on the Lower East Side.

The roofdeck 15 Rivington Street
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The stairwell and kitchen and dinning room at 15 Rivington Street
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The spectacular triplex occupies the top of 15 Rivington Street, just around the corner from the famous Katz's Delicatessen (another perk). It has all the amenities of a new building, plus the charm and character of traditional pre-war buildings in Manhattan, such as exposed brick walls, high ceilings, and a wood-burning fireplace.

The living room inside 15 Rivington Street
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But the most impressive features of the 2,100-square-foot property are the floor-to-ceiling windows and private roof deck that allow you to enjoy incredible city views. The deck is also the ultimate entertainer's paradise with a fully equipped outdoor kitchen and a year-round heated lap pool.

The kitchen inside 15 Rivington Street
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Inside, the three-bedroom, three-bathroom penthouse has a completely renovated spacious kitchen with high-end appliances and a breakfast island, soaring ceilings, recessed lighting, hardwood floors, and glass walls. And unlike some properties in pre-war buildings, this one actually comes with plenty of storage space, a laundry unit, a private elevator, and central heating.

A Bedroom inside 15 Rivington Street
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In other words, the penthouse truly offers the best of two architectural worlds in one of Manhattan's most vibrant neighborhoods.