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287 East Houston Street, Lower East Side, Manhattan, NY 10002

Post-war Condo

27 units
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  • 27 residences
  • 11 stories
  • BUILT 2019

The Details About 287 East Houston Street

The Lower East Side is a renowned neighborhood with a 400-year history. But between Clinton and Suffolk streets lies 287 Houston Street, a building whose modern exterior stands out amongst the neighborhood’s traditional tenement-style housing. A stone and metallic-brick façade, with a sleek steel overlay whose top partially juts up creates an eye-catching architectural construction...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Central air
  • Exercise room
  • Elevators
  • Central laundry room

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Get to know the Lower East Side

It’s often said that New York City feels “alive,” like a distinct character in a television show. Nowhere is this more true than the endlessly vital Lower East Side. While not everyone can tell you exactly where the corner of Ludlow and Rivington is, everyone will undoubtedly want to meet you there. The Lower East Side emits an undeniable energy, one bound to draw you in one way or another. Though its borders have shifted and been subject to a sketchbook’s worth of redrawing, today’s Lower East Side captures the best of the city — and not just because there will always be a delicious slice of pizza for you to eat, no matter the hour. There’s an alluring mix of old-meets-new: Irresistible prewar homes mingle with striking modern ones, and generations of residents form links in the community that has long been the neighborhood’s backbone.

Lower East Side Neighborhood Guide