Located in the heart of the Financial District, 20 Pine offers residents serenity in this recently renovated condominium. With direct subway access from the building. Relax in the sculpted garden in the terrace lounge or enjoy a one-on-one spa treatment at the Collection Pool and Spa.
With a beautiful façade and an outdoor garden, 123 Washington Street serves as a stunning addition to the Lower Manhattan area. Apartments are already furnished and include exceptional amenities. 123 Washington Street also offers remarkable views of the harbor and Hudson River.
Designed by the same architects as the Empire State Building, 99 John Deco Lofts boasts elegance and sophistication. Astonishing oversized windows and 11 to 14-foot ceilings are adding to the roomy ambiance.
The Setai provides a Zen-like oasis where everything is available and all things are possible, from five-star dining in your home to private film screenings, rooftop sunbathing and sumptuous spa services.
|Studio / 1 bath||From $579'000|
|1 bedroom / 1.5 baths||From $1'199'000|
|2 bedroom / 2 baths||From $1'220'000|
|2 bedroom / 2.5 baths||From $1'599'000|
|4 bedroom / 4 baths||From $2'999'000|
|4 bedroom / 4.5 baths||From $3'000'000|
|3 bedroom / 3.5 baths||From $3'250'000|
|5 bedroom / 4.5 baths||From $4'250'000|
A rising 47 floor tower. The building is in the heart of Manhattan's Financial District—where South William Street, Hanover Square, William Street and Beaver Street all meet. This property is like a 5-star hotel with its services and unmatched amenities. The apartments have high ceilings, individual climate control, washer and dryer and high speed internet.
Conceived in another era, the building's spacious design creates homes with the loft characteristics most sought after by Manhattan residents—ten feet high beamed ceilings and large windows with postcard panoramas of skyline, sunsets and the harbor.
Stunningly reinterpreted by renowned international designer Andr's Escobar, these classic Downtown lofts inspire a boundless exuberance for luxe living.
The Downtown Club is the perfect place to relax after a long day of work. This 1930s exclusive private club has been transformed from the home of the Heisman trophy to a luxurious condominium that is rich with amenities and wonderful views for its residents to enjoy.
Located just a block away from the NY Stock Exchange, this building brings a refreshing change to the Financial District. This Italian Renaissance Revival-style building offers high end finishes and many amenities for its residences.
District's luxurious lifestyle begins in the dramatic double height entrance foyer, customized by Andres Escobar, and continues throughout the entire building. District offers its residents an abundance of amenities that help enhance their lifestyles.
The building, designed by architectural firm the Rockwell Group, offers residents several different layouts, each with 10-foot ceilings and oversized windows to create a spacious atmosphere.
Located at the Southern tip of the island and situated near the Brooklyn Bridge and trendy Tribeca, the Financial District is the heart of the financial capital of the world. This area has become quite popular for excellent values in a historic neighborhood that is undergoing dramatic restoration. It is surrounded with energy and life both day and night, with quite breathtaking river views.
South of Manhattan represents the birthplace of New York. The small town of New Amsterdam at the bottom of Manhattan was defended by a fort (south) and by a wall (north), in order to protect against Indians .In 1699, the wall was destroyed by the British and replaced by a street - Wall Street. The activity was concentrated here and it became an administrative, residential as well as a commercial area. Wall Street became the center of banking, finance and insurance in the latter19th century.
The Financial District is surrounded with energy and life both day and night. For evening entertainment and relaxation, find the South Street Seaport, New York's exciting gallery of shops, restaurants, and charming old streets. Experience the bustle of the New York Stock Exchange and Business Central, home to some of the nation's leading institutions and companies.
As one of Manhattan's oldest neighborhoods, the contrasts are striking, with glittering skyscrapers alongside landmark structures and cobblestone alleys. Wall Street, a tiny, winding street, is an unlikely metaphor for the powerful financial community that surrounds the New York and American Stock Exchanges. A short walk to the harbor provides views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, and the South Street Seaport provides abundant shopping, restaurants and the floating museums of restored antique ships.
Some of the very large historic skyscrapers and older office buildings are being converted into apartment buildings, making this neighborhood an attractive place for families, children, and even pets. During the day, the area’s cafes, restaurants, and shops are bustling with Wall Streeters. After hours, however, a peace and quiet settles over the neighborhood, and seekers of nightlife have just a short walk to trendy Tribeca. Most of the buildings being converted are rentals, but there are condos to purchase as well. Many offer spectacular views and advanced technology features such as fiber-optic wiring, high-speed Internet access, and multiple phone lines.
Living in the Financial District means much more than owning your personal home. It means that you share a very dynamic and fascinating life artery. Providing a top quality life style, this neighborhood is definitely one of NYC’s best, most exciting choices.