The units at 300 East 93rd Street vary from the more intimate studios at 400 square feet to the more sprawling, four bedroom apartments. These light filled homes are as beautiful as the building’s exterior. Units on floors 29 – 45 get to enjoy gorgeous bay windows that illuminate the apartment interior and truly exemplify the amazing views. Enjoy a gorgeous city skyline – some units can even see the Empire State Building – or drink in the sight of the East River. Some apartments take this sense of openness to a whole new level by offering private terraces.
The Waterford is easily one of the most attractive buildings in the area. Named after the Irish diamond of the same name, the building’s attractive, modern exterior glimmers in the sunlight. The birch-tree-lined street outside is just as appealing, making it a building you can be proud to call home. However, it doesn’t just possess a striking facade. It has a number of great features that residents can enjoy, including a children’s play room and a rooftop gym with panoramic views. The common terraces in the building are also finely landscaped. The building even offers two guest rooms that can be reserved for up to two weeks – a fantastic alternative for residents hosting long-term guests.
The Waterford is located in Yorkville, a neighborhood rich in parks and quality restaurants. Whether you’re feasting on brunch at La Tarte Flambee or having a pint at one of the unique pubs and taverns nearby, you’re sure to find something that suits your tastes. If you’re trying to save and dine in, then stop by The Fairway Market or upcoming Whole Foods. For those seeking a taste of the outdoors, you can walk over to Carl Schurz Park, the East River Esplanade, or Asphalt Green.
If you’re interested in renting or buying a home in the The Waterford call us at (646) 568 – 7175, and one of our agents would be happy to tell you about the available apartments for sale and what other apartments in this building have sold for. This is a condo building so the application process is a little less involved than most buildings.