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Lower East Side’s boxy ‘luxe’ rental launches leasing

The low-rise building has 37 one- and two-bedroom apartments

Images courtesy CORE

Name/Address: 155 Attorney Street

Developer: Midtown Equities

Architect: N/A

Interiors: GRADE Architects

Size: Seven stories, 37 apartments

Prices: from $3,400/month to $5,700/month

Sales and Marketing: CORE

It’s been a while since we last checked on the boxy new development at 155 Attorney Street. But four years after plans for the building were announced, the Midtown Equities-developed project is complete and ready to accept its new tenants. This seven-story rental building may not look like the home of high-end luxury, judging from its unassuming facade, but if there’s any confirmation, it’s definitely the high rent prices.

The low-rise building has 37 one- and two-bedroom apartments, ranging in configurations and price tags. The cheapest unit is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom for $3,400/month while a two-bedroom, two-bathroom can go for as much as $5,700/month. There are also two penthouses with private terraces, though those homes don’t appear to be available just yet.

Each of the rentals have floor-to-ceiling windows, relatively high ceilings with recessed lighting, a practical kitchen space with stainless steel appliances, and a washer/dryer setup. There’s a decent amenity package in place for the building as well (there should be, if you’re paying that much in rent), offering a virtual doorman, bicycle storage, a landscaped yard, and a rooftop terrace.

At least 15 of the building’s apartments are available for leasing and move-ins are set to begin on March 1.

*The article has been updated to correct factual errors. It was originally reported that Studio V was the project’s architect, however, the firm resigned from the project before it was completed and another firm with a different design helmed is responsible for the final product. Curbed regrets the error.