**SALES GALLERY LOCATED AT 594 BROADWAY, SUITE 401**
Saturated with natural light and graced with a collection of hand selected elegant finishes, this brand new 1-bedroom, 2-bathroom home is an architectural masterpiece of Italian luxury and style. Envisioned by premier Italian designer, Stefano Pasqualetti, thoughtfully designed residence 3D maximizes 1,106 sq.ft offering a large bonus room that can be used a home office or den. Additional features of stylish home include 8-inch oak flooring, wall-to-wall floor-to-ceiling windows with eastern exposure, an open layout perfect for entertaining, and a convenient in-unit washer/dryer.
Past a formal foyer with a spacious coat closet, the home flows into an expansive, open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen. Imported from Italy, the U-shaped chefs kitchen features a breakfast bar and is adorned with custom white and “greige” matte lacquered cabinets by Arclinea, a white carrara marble countertop and backsplash, and a suite of top of the line appliances from Miele. Adjacent to the the kitchen sits a spacious bonus room, perfect for a home office with additional closets. Completing the living area is a full spa-like bathroom with a soaking tub.
The grand bedroom sits off the living room and boasts eastern exposure, a luxurious walk-in closet, and a spa-like en-suite bathroom with custom double vanity and a large glass enclosed walk in shower. Both bathrooms are adorned with with Piasentina stone flooring, Nublado Raw textured marble walls, custom sinks and vanities, and faucets and a large rain shower head by Fantini.
75 FIRST AVE is a brand new luxury condominium, designed by Stefano Pasqualetti and Thomas O’Hara. Situated in the heart of the East Village, amenities include a full-time doorman, a landscaped rooftop deck with panoramic city views, a fitness center, bicycle storage, and a private lounge with a yellow travertine fireplace, pool table, and wet bar for parties and events. 75 First Avenue is located only a few blocks from SoHo and the Lower East Side and the Bowery, and surrounded by an eclectic mix of restaurants, bars, cafes, theaters, shops, and grocery stores. Nearby subway lines include the F and 6.