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The Lara at 113 Nassau Street


The Lara at 113 Nassau Street

Just opened, The Lara features spacious, well-planned layouts with superior finishes and attention to detail. The Lara, a new luxury building rising 30 stories at 113 Nassau Street, between Ann and Beekman Streets in the Financial Districts, has begun leasing. Sleek and sophisticated apartments feature hardwood flooring with walnut finish, gourmet kitchens, with Bertazzoni, Bloomberg and/or Liehber appliances and white porcelain-tile baths with Kohler tubs. Energy efficient solar shades and thoughtfully designed, custom-built closets are also found in each apartment.


Residents can join the Nassau Club @ The Lara featuring 10,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities over two floors with two terraces, plus a landscaped and furnished roof deck. The Lara is a pet friendly apartment building with 24/7 attended lobby.


Indoor amenities include: 


Fitness center outfitted with state-of-the-art Cybex cardio equipment with embedded televisions and Hoist strength training equipment.


Connected to the fitness center, a boxing  studio  as well as furnished terrace with all-weather ping pong tables.


Lounge with library, televisions and fireplace gourmet custom kitchen with  Miele appliances, perfect for entertaining or catering private events and cooking demonstration. Amenities also include a coffee and soda bar. Multi-screened gaming/media room with smart, 3-D televisions equipped with the latest gaming consoles.


Outdoor amenities:


Landscaped and furnished roof deck with lounge area with  covered wet-bar, grills and communal and intimate seating areas,  screening area with all-weather flat-screen television and retro style observation binoculars.


5th floor lounge with designer landscaping, a waterfall and floating moongate sculpture. Outdoor television and seating  area  as well as  a pool table.


Neighborhood : Financial District


As a district, it encompasses roughly the area south of City Hall Park but excluding Battery Park and Battery Park City. The heart of the Financial District is often considered to be the corner of Wall Street and Broad Street, both of which are contained entirely within the district. Read more…


Source: streeteasy.com

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