204 Forsyth Street, New York, NY 10002
A discreet, boutique condominium comprised of only 11 exclusive residences, 204 Forsyth integrates the rich history of the Lower East Side with timeless design and thoughtful details crafted by prideful artisans. The meticulous homes range from 2 bedroom half floor units to a full floor penthouse featuring a private roof deck of over 2,000 square feet with views of the Chrysler Building, the Freedom Tower, bridges to the East and all of downtown to the West. All but one loft-like available residence have private outdoor spaces.
Custom-crafted floor to ceiling metal-framed Belgian windows bathe the gracious living spaces in natural light while expertly crafted 6” wide plank, rift white oak floors create elegant interiors with a modern flair. Every detail has been considered from the handmade brick and tiles to the Forbes & Lomax toggle switches that control the lighting throughout.
The open kitchens are chic yet functional. A clean, modern aesthetic is achieved with handcrafted cabinetry, Calacatta Gold Marble counters, and perfectly matched copper-glazed accented tile backsplash; while a Wolf 5-burner cooktop, Bosch dishwasher, and Sub-Zero refrigerator will delight any chef.
The master bathrooms feature Pacific White Marble with Nero Marquina marble trimmed flooring – echoed by the polished Pacific White full-height tiled marble walls and slab marble countertop. Ludlow fixtures adorn a Waterworks sink, a separate glass-enclosed shower surrounded by Nero Marquina walls and a relaxing Kohler soaking tub complete the spa-like retreat.
The second bath further infuses the home with luxury – featuring honed flooring, Japanese glazed wall tiles, custom vanity accented with copper and polished Pacific White slab counter, Duravit sink with Waterworks fixtures, and a Kohler soaking tub.
Forsyth amenities include a doorman, fitness center curated by FitLore featuring Peloton bicycles, and private storage. Limited parking is available for purchase.
Similar to the building itself, the neighborhood is a perfect fusion of classic and modern with notoriously innovative restaurants, undiscovered art galleries from Orchard Street to the Bowery, and hidden boutiques dotting the neighborhood. Soho House's Lower East Side flagship Ludlow House is a harbinger of the neighborhood's emergence as the newest epicenter of creative literati.