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The Lucida, 151 East 85th Street


The Lucida, 151 East 85th Street

The Lucida, the upper East Side’s first LEED-certified condominium, was designed by COOK+FOX  and boasts a stunning glass façade  that makes  every unit  in the building  delightfully sundrenched. With only 110 units in the 20 floor high-rise, the building  is exceedingly private and the units, which range in size from two to five bedrooms, are wonderfully spacious. Conveniently located in the vicinity of some of Manhattan’s best school, museum mile, restaurants, boutiques, gourmet groceries, parks, delis, and café’s, Lucida is perfect for those looking for privacy and clam amidst all of the city’s bustle. The building has truly set the standard in modern green living with everything from water efficiency to the building’s mechanical systems which are designed for optimum energy performance. The building also boasts filtered air and indoor materials that emit fewer pollutants all of which provide a healthier living as well as light colored roofing materials that provide residents with a cooler living environment. Lucida provides modern amenities, spacious living quarters and the gift of a more healthful living environment.


Every apartment in the Lucida is sun-drenched and boasts floor-to-ceiling windows along with  10-foot ceilings. Luscious chocolate-stained solid oak floors, master bathrooms with marble floors, and maple and bamboo vanity with marble top on bathroom along with soaking tubs and rain showers round-out some of the luxe details. Some units  additionally boast terraces and balconies.


LEED-certified “green”, full time doorman, fully equipped fitness center , spa center, indoor pool, lounge, catering kitchen for private events, indoor playgroup design by Kidville, NY, private wine cellar, bicycle storage room.


Neighborhood : Upper East Side


Once known as the Silk Stocking District, it is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in New York City.The area was defined by the attractions of the bluff overlooking the East River, which ran without interruption from James William Beekman's "Mount Pleasant", north of the marshy squalor of Turtle Bay, to Gracie Mansion. Read more…


Source: streeteasy.com

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