FIDI - Sexy Modernized 1 Bedroom/1 Bathroom with Dark Wood Flooring and High End Kitchen Appliances/Bathroom Fixtures - No Fee!

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

25 Broad St Apt: 6G
New York NY 10004

Property

Type: Highrise
Pets: Pets Allowed

Financials

Rent $3,869

Description

This one bedroom features gourmet kitchen, marble bath in the master bath, dark wood floors, high ceilings and washer/dryer in apartment.

Building amenities include doorman, concierge, resident lounge, game room, fitness center, children's playroom and golf simulator.

This very handsome 21-story building at 25 Broad Street is one of the most impressive in Lower Manhattan and was erected as the world's largest building in 1902.

It is known as The Exchange and is located on the southeast corner of Broad Street at Exchange Place and is one block south of the New York Stock Exchange.

It was designed in 1899 by Robert Maynicke and his plans were revised the next year by Clinton & Russell in a Beaux-Arts style. Clinton & Russell would later design the major Art Deco-style skyscraper at 70 Pine Street.

The building, which was designated a city landmark in 2000, has 305 apartments.

Features and Amenities

· Very distinguished architecture

· High ceilings

· Doorman

· Concierge

· Sundeck

· Storage space

· Health club

· Not far from subway stations

· Very short walk to the NYSE and Wall Street

· Spectacular large lobby

Neighborhood

More listings: Financial District

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