This one bedroom w/ terrace is located in In the historical Seward Park Co-operative. A sun flooded apartment on the 6th floor with plenty of space. Apartment J603 is a perfect fit for those who wish to move to the LES, or those who have lived here all of their lives. The Seward Park Co-operative will meet all of your needs. With its own gym (to work off all that LES cuisine you'll be eating) and a private garden (to retreat from the chaos of city life) you will be totally serene and restored every time you come home. To top it off, gorgeous views of the Manhattan Bridge will keep you in constant awe of the well oiled machine that is NYC. Seward Park is a piece of the LES's story of community and perseverance. The building features murals by Hungarian born painter Hugo Gellert, who painted murals all over the city in the 1930's. This is a main part of the lobby and serves as an homage to the Lower East Side and America in the 1930's. Wherever the Lower East Side has been, where it is now is much different. The LES is the heart of hipness in New York: home to the incredible Hester Street Fair, numerous boutique shops, BuzzFeed worthy food and coffee spots, as well as clubs and art — the LES has it all!