The { Real Estate } Life: LOFT88 Launch Party

Inside a Lower East Side
Launch Party at LOFT88.


Guests gathered at 88 Clinton Street to enjoy cocktails, food and art in celebration of LOFT88, a new development boutique rental building listed with by us at TOWN Residential.

An ultra-modern reinterpretation of a 19th century livery stables, Loft 88 includes seven meticulously crafted homes featuring gorgeous condo-quality finishes, spacious floor plans and thoughtful amenities in a secluded, boutique backdrop.


Guests enjoyed lavish outdoor spaces that come with grills pre-installed. CityQuiet windows with solar shades, custom wood and maple-lined closets, central AC, in-unit Samsung washer-dryers and chic lighting add to the convenience and comfort of these beautiful, brand-new homes. Loft 88 residents enjoy a keyed elevator, virtual doorman and concierge services, video intercom, a bike room and private storage cages.

There is truly nothing like LOFT88 on the market in the Lower East Side. Set on Clinton Street between Delancey and Rivington, Loft 88 is at the epicenter of the ultra-hip and historic Lower East Side – a neighborhood that embraces the past while giving rise to New York’s future. Buzzy culinary hotspots Beauty & Essex, Dirty French and Clinton St. Baking Company stand alongside venerable institutions Russ & Daughters and Katz’s Delicatessen. New York City’s first underground park -The Lowline – is slated to open one block away and the 1.9M square feet Essex Crossing development will bring blocks of new retail, restaurants public spaces and entertainment to the area, including a new cinema complex and a revitalized and expanded Essex Street Market – the Lower East Side’s renowned gourmet public market.

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Claudia Saez-Fromm

An entrepreneur, innovator, and singularly successful real estate salesperson, fitness fiend, foodie, mommy, and fashion fan.

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