This Lower East Side apartment is sleek and modern, from its all-white walls to its concrete floors. While it isn’t exactly cozy (in fact, one’s mind wanders to the apartment in American Psycho), you’ll have the bragging rights that come with living in a place designed by an “award-winning architect” like Karl Fischer. Another modern aspect of the building is its “virtual doorman,” all the rage in some new luxury developments opting against a real person to do the job.
The building also has a common roof deck (along with the apartment’s private outdoor space) and private storage, and is close to the New Museum and Sperone Westwater Gallery. It’s going for $3.495 million and has three bedrooms. It is 2,177 square feet.
Photos: Douglas Elliman.