Some highlights of this building include a concierge, rooftop deck, fitness center, laundry room, and lounge.
The Financial District, contrary to its name, is not all business. In addition to the short walk to work, residents that live in the converted office buildings enjoy a multitude of cultural and recreational options in this neighborhood. Some of the interesting sites include the New York Stock Exchange, Battery Park, Bowling Green, National Museum of the American Indian, Trinity Church, City Hall, 9/11 Memorial Museum, and One World Trade Center. With stunning views of the Brooklyn Bridge, the South Street Seaport offers a large variety of shopping, dining, and entertainment choices as well.
Note: Some photos may be representative of similar units in the building to illustrate typical finish quality, fixture types, and amenities.
Subway options include:
Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall
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