BASK IN THE HISTORY
Once thought of as the largest retail establishment in the world, Ridley’s Department Store is forever cast into the history of the Lower Eastside and has now been fully reimagined into inspired ultra-luxury residences.
The Ridley's cast-iron facade remains, while the rest of the property has been gut renovated with modern upgrades like Butterly MX virtual doorman, Amazon package hub, and bicycle storage have been added to suit today's on the go inhabitants.
The two and three-bedroom residences showcase soaring ceilings, sprawling layouts, and airy sun saturated spaces. Condo level detail and finishes paired with original charming accents create a uniquely luxurious living experience.
With only 7 homes at The Ridley, the meticulous approach to the residences can be felt immediately throughout, and the subtle nuances among them make each genuinely unique.
Entering the residences at The Ridley, the original detail, light and air overflow into the sprawling spaces, creating a spacious charming home. A rare combination in the Lower East Side.
Living Area Features:
• Soaring 12' foot ceilings
• Solid oak hardwood flooring
• Landmark cast iron accents
• Blomberg Washer/Dryers in all homes
• California closets
The heart of the home is the kitchen and it is the pinnacle of the residences at The Ridley.
•Bertazzoni & Bosch appliance package
•Clean Arctic white cabinetry
•Honed negro Marquina backsplash
•Custom panel wine refrigerator
Serenity starts when entering the bathrooms at The Ridley with clean design and cool accents.
•Polished chrome hardware
•Mosa gloss tile
•Kohler bathtub and vanity
LOWER EAST SIDE LIFESTYLE
The Ridley at 66 Allen is a Lower East Side icon blended beautifully among the other historic buildings that make up this energetic and accessible neighborhood.
The Lower East Side is a neighborhood that was once largely identified as an immigrant and working class area, but now serves as a sought-after spot that is home to many fashionable boutiques, trendy restaurants, and an effervescent art scene. Once placed on the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Most Endangered Places, the LES continues to blossom as fresh architecture quickly replaces the pre-war customary type building. As a result, this mix of new and old leads to many complementary streetscapes and scenery. The LES is home to many parks including the popular La Plaza Cultural and surrounded by East Houston Street to the north, Canal Street to the south, the East River to the east and Bowery to the west. Known as one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, the Lower East Side is definitely a place with unique charm.
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