248 East 7th Street East Village, Manhattan, NY 10009
- 24 RESIDENCES
- 6 STORIES
- BUILT 1928
The Details About 248 East 7th Street
Small, well-maintained co-op comprising of two buildings: 248 and 252 East 7th Street. This 24 unit, walk-up has bike storage in the basement, a part-time super, and is pet friendly. In one of the most trendiest neighborhoods in NYC. A stone's throw away from Edi & the Wolf, Zum Schneider, Esperanto, 9th Street Espresso, Barnyard, Summit Bar, Wayland, Tompkins Square Park, the East River Promen...
248 East 7th Street Units
Images of the East Village when it was a countercultural epicenter in the 1960s and ’70s cast a long shadow. The neighborhood today, however, is far from the gritty one seen on screen in Taxi Driver. Even the once-infamous Avenues A, B, C, and D — the far eastern edge of the East Village — are now dotted with storefront galleries and restaurants serving artisanal cuisine. Still, some elements of the past live on in present tense, and a nightlife that extends into the early-morning hours. Wander the blocks around Tompkins Square and you’ll find more independent boutiques than flagships from international brands. A number of institutions, including the Anthology Film Archives, the New York Theatre Workshop, and the New Museum, help the East Village maintain its status as a vital center of the city’s cultural life.East Village Neighborhood Guide