241 East 7th Street is a six-story, pre-war cooperative located in the East Village between Avenue C and Avenue D. The building is characteristic of classic turn-of-the-century tenements that still abound on the Lower East Side, down to its front stoop, arched entryway, ornate brick façade, and cornice at the parapet. But just as the surrounding has long since transformed into an upmarket neighborhood, the building itself, converted to a co-op in 1988, has been upgraded with perks such as a shared roof deck that overlooks the city skyline.
241 East 7th Street sits a block away from Tompkins Square Park, a beloved communal gathering spot, and two blocks west of the sports fields and promenade at the East River Park. the M9 bus makes a stop around the corner on Avenue C. The Second Avenue stop of the F train sits several blocks to the west. The Alphabet City neighborhood abounds with dining, nightlife, and the East Village’s famous arts scene.