70 Broad Street, New York, New York, 10004

70 Broad Street
New York NY 10004

Cross street:Beaver Street

Building

Type:Low-rise
Era:Post-war
Floors:5

Property

Ownership: Mixed Use
Rooms: 40
Bedrooms: 6 BR
Bathrooms: 11
Pets: Pets Unknown

Financials

Price: $25,000,000
594 Broadway, New York, NY 10012, USA
Courtesy of Compass

Description

Presenting a unique opportunity to purchase 70 Broad Street: an iconic five story, square foot townhouse in the heart of Lower Manhattan’s historic Financial District. Built in 1908 for the American Bank Note Company, which engraved and printed currencies, stock certificates, letters of credit and other financial documents a century ago. The first 2 floors and cellar level are currently used as offices, conference and reception rooms and each of the top three floors are configured as two-bedroom residences. There is a keyed elevator that opens directly into the residences and also accesses the office levels. The neoclassical granite structure was designated an individual landmark in the special lower Manhattan district by New York City’s Landmark Commission. A flexible zoning allows residential, office, retail, and hotel use. Access is easy from 12 subway lines and several ferries, all within walking distance, as well as from the West Side and the FDR Highways.

Amenities

  • Balcony
  • Elevator

Neighborhood

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Presenting a unique opportunity to purchase 70 Broad Street an iconic five story, square foot townhouse in the heart of Lower Manhattan s historic Financial District.

Description

Presenting a unique opportunity to purchase 70 Broad Street: an iconic five story, square foot townhouse in the heart of Lower Manhattan’s historic Financial District. Built in 1908 for the American Bank Note Company, which engraved and printed currencies, stock certificates, letters of credit and other financial documents a century ago. The first 2 floors and cellar level are currently used as offices, conference and reception rooms and each of the top three floors are configured as two-bedroom residences. There is a keyed elevator that opens directly into the residences and also accesses the office levels. The neoclassical granite structure was designated an individual landmark in the special lower Manhattan district by New York City’s Landmark Commission. A flexible zoning allows residential, office, retail, and hotel use. Access is easy from 12 subway lines and several ferries, all within walking distance, as well as from the West Side and the FDR Highways.

Amenities

  • Balcony
  • Elevator

Neighborhood

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