FIDI - Hi Rise Studio or Convertibe 2 BD Units W/ Immediate Access to Trains - No Fee!

Chris Escueta
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Mobile: 646.543.3550
587 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10017
Phone: 212-252-8772


45 Wall St Apt: 1443
New York NY 10005
Cross street:William Street and Broad Street


Pets: Pets Allowed


Rent $2,595


Erected as an office building in 1959 and designed by Voorhees, Walker, Smith & Smith, this structure was converted to a rental apartment building in 1997.

The 28-story building has a spectacular location near historic Federal Hall, the New York Stock Exchange, Trinity Church, and some of the world's greatest skyscrapers in the heart of the city's financial district.

Originally the building housed the Atlantic Insurance Company.

The conversion to 435 rental apartments was designed by Meltzer/Mendl Architects.

It has a health club, a doorman and concierge, a bicycle room, a recreation room, a sundeck, a garage, storage space and valet service. Laundries on on the 3rd and 19th floors. The building has no balconies but some terraces.

Features and Amenities

· Attended Lobby

· Concierge

· FT Doorman

· Hi Rise

· Post War

· Basement Storage

· Full Service Garage

· Garden

· Health Club

· Roof Deck

· Washer/Dryer in building

· Elevator

· Children's Playroom

· Lounge

· Fitness Center

· On-Site Parking

· Outdoor Entertainment Space

· Laundry Room

· In-Unit Washer/Dryer

· Valet Services

· Bike Room

· Live-In Superintendent

· Terraces / Balconies


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