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Ciao, East Village! Modern Italian Luxury ArrivesWelcome to this alluring 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom condo at 75 First Ave, one of the most luxurious residential boutiques in the East Village designed by star Italian architect Stefano Pasqualetti. Interiors exude modern refinement and restraint. Northern light pours through floor-to-ceiling windows, accentuating beautiful wide plank cashmere oak floors and an airy open plan layout.The home begins with a spacious living room, dining room, and kitchen saturated with natural light. The kitchen balances bold touchpoints upon a tranquil palette that lets culinary creations shine. It features an eat-in peninsula, white and beige matte lacquered cabinets, white Carrara marble countertops and backsplash, a Fantini faucet, and high-end appliances from Miele. The bedroom has a custom reach-in closet and easy access to a pristine full bathroom with a custom vanity and sink, Nublado Raw textured marble walls, and Piasentina flame-finished stone floors. Finishing the home is a large coat closet and a Miele washer/dryer.75 First Ave is a gravity-defying cantilever condominium boasting a glistening glass faade and offers 22 alluring units in spacious 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom layouts. Common spaces and amenities are elegant and inviting, giving residents a seamless living experience that extends beyond their front door. It is located a few blocks away from Tompkins Square Park and the Bowery with easy access to the East Village, Lower East Side, and NoHo. The building lobby features a glass entrance door that boasts natural sunlight, venetian plaster walls, and a welcoming reception desk. The private residents lounge possesses a yellow travertine fireplace, dining area, wet bar, TV, and several areas of seating. Other amenities include a full-time doorman, a landscaped rooftop deck with stunning city views, a fitness center, a bicycle room, and storage units. There are a myriad of trendy restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops moments away, and nearby subway lines include the F, 4/6. Pets are welcome.*Photos represent building finishes.