64 east

At 64 East, stone, metal and glass come together to evoke a monumental, classic quality that is at once familiar yet contemporary.


With its large expanses of nearly floor to ceiling glass designed into an appealing pattern of divided panes, 64 East is an expression of a thoroughly modern edifice that honors the industrial roots of lower Manhattan at the turn of the last century.

the building

Building inspiration

The fa├žade, with its clean lines of stone and glass, is contextual with the existing masonry structures of the neighborhood. By blending the traditional look of the window layout with decorative metal rivets, this stunning city home stylishly pays homage to the nearby iconic Williamsburg and Manhattan Bridges.