Introducing 10 Rutgers, a no-fee luxury elevator building overlooking the iconic East River in Two Bridges. This lower east side gem is nestled amongst the footings of the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges and showcases brand new renovation, a part time doorman, fully-equipped gym and a serene courtyard retreat - tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the streets outside. 10 Rutgers offers one, two and three bedroom residences with generous layouts, recessed lighting, keyless entry, modern white oak flooring and abundant natural light throughout. The kitchens feature a full-height Carrara marble backsplash and satin brass hardware, complemented by a full suite of high-end appliances, including a Bosch washer/dryer and luxury Azur wine coolers in select units. Every bathroom boasts hexagon Bardiglio marble floors, large LED medicine cabinets for ample storage, and custom matte black hardware to complete the modern feel of the 10 Rutgers experience. Located just steps away from the E Broadway F train, 10 Rutgers offers easy access to transportation, restaurants, night-life and more!
Part time doorman from 8am to 12am, live in super, fully equipped gym, serene courtyard retreat.
Cable TV Ready
Central Air Conditioning
Dining options within a 10-minute walk include Vanessa's Dumpling House, 99 Favor Taste, Spicy Village, Hou Yi Hot Pot, The Fat Radish, Doughnut Plant and Dimes.
High-speed Internet Ready
Large Dogs Allowed
Laundry: In Unit
New Museum, showcasing local, national and international contemporary art and offering tours, programs and events, is less than a 10-minute bike ride.
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