The tower at 113 Nassau Street rose with an unintentional veil of secrecy, avoiding the spotlight during construction, but the building, called the Lara, is almost ready for renters, and the developers would like for people to start paying attention. Leasing will being for the 168 units in December, with prices starting at $2,700/month for studios and going up to $6,500/month for two-bedrooms. SLCE Architects designed the 30-story building, and apartments start on the 7th floor. The apartments have walnut-finished hardwood floors, state-of-the-art paneled kitchen appliances, LED lighting, and garbage disposals. Many units have private balconies, and there are 16 different floorplans
Information from the marketing team says tenants "can join the Nassau Club @ The Lara" for access to the amenities, so it appears that this is not included in the cost of rent. Spread over 10,000-square-feet, the amenities include a rooftop deck with a wet bar and grills, an indoor lounge with a library and coffee bar, and two outdoor terraces, one of which has "a waterfall and floating moongate sculpture." There's also a fitness center with a boxing studio and a media/game room with Apple TV. The first through fifth floors of the tower will be occupied by retail and offices, and occupancy is expected for early 2014.
· The Lara NYC [official]
· 113 Nassau Street [Curbed]