151-153 Ridge Street

151 RIDGE STREET
NEW YORK, NY 10002

212-843-3760

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NYC  151-153 Ridge Street 03A
151-153 Ridge Street
NEW YORK, NY 10002
A lovely two-bedroom flex three option located in the Lower East Side, this unit...
2 bedrooms $3,450
use the FMJsubway line
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Located on the trendy streets of the Lower East Side, 151 Ridge Street is a five-story building within walking distance of the Williamsburg Bridge, the East River, and the J/M/F subway lines. Built in 1900, this property is situated adjacent to East Houston Street, an area known for its unique shops, delicious restaurants, and excellent shopping, making it ideal for the chic individual in all of us. Residents of 151 Ridge Street have access to a garden area on the ground floor and are within walking distance of Hamilton Fish Park, one of the few New York City parks that offers a public Olympic-sized public pool.

  • High Speed Elevator
  • On-Site Maintenance
  • Walk-up
  • Modern Bathrooms
  • Professional Grade Appliances
  • Granite Kitchen Countertops

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NYC East Village 151-153 Ridge Street 03A     A lovely two-bedroom flex three option located in the Lower East Side, this unit features stainless steel kitchen appliances, built-in microwave, and dishwasher. Plenty of natural lights from the windows. Contact us today for more information and details. 153-03A 2 1 download $3,450
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