Perfectly positioned in the heart of the Lower East Side, 147 Ludlow comprises an exquisitely designed and executed collection of 8 luxury lofts in a prime downtown location. Conceived of and built by Grid with design by DHD, 147 Ludlow demonstrates once again the meticulous craftsmanship and attention to detail as Grid’s previous record-breaking developments including 124 West 16th Street and 134 West 83rd Street.
Balancing quality, aesthetics, and functionality, 147 Ludlow offers floor plans befitting all lifestyles. All homes boast 9'6" ceilings, 5" rift and quartered white oak floors, and the highest quality oversized European casement tilt and turn windows, allowing natural light to fill the voluminous living spaces within while providing maximum sound attenuation. All homes include gracious and private outdoor terraces built for both entertaining and relaxing, optimizing the open sky and architectural views of the LES.
Residence 3A is a stunning 919 square foot 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom home with a private rooftop outdoor lounge and a dedicated 54 square foot storage room. Kitchens are crafted with light grey oak custom Italian cabinetry offset by Grey Velvet marble and Arctic white Quartzmaster countertops that are echoed by Arctic white Quartzmaster backsplash slabs. Professional appliances, including Fischer Paykel refrigerators, cooktops, and ovens, Hansgrohe faucets, and stainless steel vented range hoods, complete the kitchen. Bathrooms exude luxury, with Zuma soaking tubs, Bianco Dolomite and Grey Velvet marble floors, and custom Grey Velvet slab tub decks in select residences. Bianco Dolimiti marble, Hansgrohe fixtures, VIGO shower doors, and marble floors are also found throughout every residence.
Each bespoke home boasts central A/C, fully vented top-of-the-line washer/ dryers, complete with a dedicated storage room in the basement.
Moments to New York institutions such as Katz’s Delicatessen and Russ & Daughters, alongside contemporary culinary hotspots Carbone, Beauty & Essex, Dirty French, Bowery Meat Co., and cultural offerings as The New Museum, The Public, and Ludlow House, 147 Ludlow is truly in the center of it all, in New York's most culturally vital and vibrant neighborhood.