CD 280®

280 E 2 Street , New York, NY 10009
two Apartments Available

Building : 347-449-3848

Available Apartments


  • Courtyard
  • Elevator
  • Fitness Center
  • Laundry in Building
  • Pet Friendly
  • Resident Manager
  • Running Track


Houston/2nd Ave

10 min, 0.5 miles


Houston St/Avenue C

2 min, 492 ft

M21 M9


Between Avenues C and D at Houston Street in the East Village, CD280 offers studio and one-bedroom apartments. Located between Avenues C and D at Houston Street in the East Village, CD280 contains studio and one bedroom apartments which feature 9 foot ceilings, unobstructed views of the Manhattan skyline and open kitchens with birch wood shaker cabinets and built-in dining counters. Top floor residences have wood-burning fireplaces and skylights. CD280® offers its residents a totally unique Manhattan amenity – an on-site, outdoor running track and a private large, landscaped and furnished back yard. Another welcomed feature is a fitness center, which directly adjoins the building laundry room so residents can exercise while completing a necessary chore. The lobby features a soothing stone sculptured waterfall designed exclusively for CD280® by a Vermont artist.

Sky's the Limit™ Concierge

With so much to do, both at home and out on the town, our Residents at Manhattan Skyline® lead very busy lives. That is why our Concierge is there to help expedite any of those needs. From moving in services, to finding the right dog-walking service, or scoring that hard-to-get reservation at the city’s latest hot restaurant, Sky’s the Limit™ is there to help. Want an evening out that’s off the beaten path? Sky’s the Limit™ can handle that too, and frequently hosts exclusive events for our Residents only. And special discounts? Sky’s the Limit™ has got that covered.

If you can dream it, we can make it happen. Sky’s the Limit™.

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Going Out

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Staying In


Despite the many changes in other areas in Manhattan, the East Village has maintained its downtown cool vibe. Although Bowery is now lined with expensive boutiques and trendy restaurants, there are still many dive bars and vintage shops along the side streets and Avenues A, B, and C. Up until the wee hours, one can always find somewhere to go in the East Village.


  • A1 Record Shop
  • Alphabets
  • Trash & Vaudeville


  • 9th Street Community Garden
  • Le Petite Versailles
  • Thompkins Square Park


  • Momofuku Noodle Bar
  • Prune
  • Veselka


  • Anthology Film Archive
  • Lower East Side Tenement Museum
  • Public Theater