108 Ludlow Ready to Rent

Posted on: March 30th, 2010 at 6:35 am by

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Judging by the new Misrahi Realty banners hanging from its sides, it appears 108 Ludlow (aka 100 Delancey) is finally ready to rent.  Renovations, vertical expansion, and most recently, broken water pipes, are now in the past.  New apartments feature stunning views of the Ludlow Residence penitentiary!

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We dug up a couple exclusive listings on the Misrahi website for a better look at what our money could buy. There are studios and one-bedrooms offered.

NO FEE

Neighborhood: Lower East Side
Rent: $1995

Bathrooms: 1

Grand Opening! Located on the fourth floor of a brand new building, this large studio features a spacious open layout, (31.8 x 12.11 ft) high ceilings, flooding sunlight, and a terrace with phenomenal city views. The apartment unit houses a state-of-the-art, 5,000 sq ft full service gym [Ludlow Fitness] with a free membership at lease signing. This immaculate new studio also includes beautiful marble counter tops, stainless steel appliances, a dishwasher, and an over-the-range microwave. Also equipped with an elevator, video intercom, and a laundry room, this unit is conveniently located on Ludlow & Delancey St., just steps away from the F, J, M, and Z subway lines.

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Or you could go with the penthouse.  It’s only $5,895 per month…

This large and sunny apartment features a three incredible bedrooms (19.7 x 10.11 ft, 20 x 11.2 ft, and 16.8 x 16.4 ft) two full bathrooms, a kitchen with streaming sun from its skylight, closet space, high ceilings, and a large private roof deck (14.1 x 13.4 ft) with phenomenal city views. The apartment unit houses a state-of-the-art, 5,000 sq ft full service gym with a free membership at lease signing. This immaculate new penthouse also includes beautiful marble counter tops, stainless steel appliances, a dishwasher, and an over-the-range microwave.

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