This building was built at the turn-of-the-century as the home to the New York Cotton Exchange. In the late 1970’s, The building became the first major structure in the downtown area to be converted for full residential use. This renaissance prompted a rapid increase for this now residential community and has become an integral part of transforming this downtown neighborhood.
Historically, residents have been attracted to The building because of its proximity to the world’s financial markets, the generous size and unique shapes of the building’s apartments. The building maintains a full-time concierge as well as a resident superintendent. There is a common storage space on each floor and a laundry room on every third floor. The building permits pets (except for tenants) and subletting, but no investors, please. Pied-a-terres are welcome.
This elegant structure, located in this exciting neighborhood, is easy walking distance to many of the world’s finest skyscrapers in lower Manhattan, the Subway (lines J, M, R, W, 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5), the South Street Seaport, the Westside bicycle path, and the Battery Park promenade.