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Step Inside FiDi's New Amenity-Filled Rental Building, The Lara

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The Lara, the brand new Bernard and Robert Friedman-developed, SLCE Architects-designed rental building at 113 Nassau Street, started leasing in December and already has 30 tenants moved in. The rest of the building's 168 units are leased but not moved into, in the process of being completed, or still up for grabs—studios start at $2,730/month, 1BRs, at $4,000/month, and 2BRs at $5,825/month. We recently got inside the building and received a tour of three 8th-floor model units courtesy of Triumph Property Group, who are handling the leasing and marketing.

One of the Lara's main draws, which is, unfortunately, not ready to be unveiled to the public, is the amenity space. Almost all of the amenities (excepting a few small throw-ins, such as a professional grade shredder for junk mail in the lobby) are going to be located within the 10,000-square-foot Nassau Club, access to which will cost tenants a little extra. A membership costs tenants $300/year with a 50 percent discount for the first year. The Club will include a gym with, among other things, a boxing studio and ping-pong tables, a gaming/media room with different consoles, Premium Cable, Apple TV, and Netflix, a lounge with a kitchen for catered events and a coffee and soda bar with Italian syrup for making your own soda, and an outdoor area with an all-weather billiard table and, of course, a sculpture garden with a "cascading fountain and floating moongate." So that sounds nice.

· The Lara [official]
· The Lara coverage [Curbed]
· Previous Curbed Insides [Curbed]

113 Nassau Street

113 Nassau Street, New York, NY