Even in a neighborhood as rich in NYC history as the Financial District, this impressive luxury building stands out. While the apartments for rent feature ultra-modern luxuries, this building has a history that goes back even further than the building's elegant pre-war aesthetics suggest. Once home to Alexander Hamilton's offices and later among the most impressive office spaces on Wall Street, this is a landmark of a different sort. Today, it's viewed as one of the most elegant pre-war rental listings in the Financial District. The elegant, terra cotta-accented exterior was revamped during the circa-1928 building's conversion to a luxury rental back in 2003, but the apartments for rent are the true showcase for architect Yatsuo Matsui's top-to-bottom renovation.
Featuring pre-war luxuries like soaring ceilings, oversized windows and luminous maple-wood floors with very contemporary gourmet kitchens (complete with granite countertops and top-of-the-line appliances) and marble-accented baths -- everything, in short, that NYC dwellers expect to find in the best of Manhattan's pre-war rental apartments. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman and parking garage, an elegant 10,000-square-foot great room makes for an elegant communal living room thanks to its large flat-screen TV, billiards table and piano. State-of-the-art fitness center, conference room, and 21st-floor sundeck also impress. Few new construction rental developments in the Financial District offer as expansive an array of amenities; to find them at a pre-war rental listing is almost unheard-of. The restaurants and nightlife of the burgeoning Financial District scene are a short walk away, and a host of nearby subways put the rest of the city within easy reach. This is one of the finest pre-war rental listings in the Financial District.