This is a luxury rental apartment building in Manhattan's Financial District. It stretches 32 stories high, and was designed by Emery Roth & Sons. The building is known for its oversized residences and iconic 50' high digital clock created by Rudolph de Harak. The building is located across from the seaport and steps from the chic eateries on the cobblestones of Stone Street. The address is also two blocks from the Fulton Street transit hub, adjacent to the Financial District, and right nearby Manhattan's first beach. Originally built in 1971 as an office building, it was deliberately set back to allow for enhanced light and views.
Apartments at this building feature private terraces, ceilings that range in height from 9.6" to 21' 6" feet, spacious closets, oversized windows, gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances and unique duplex layouts in many residences. Residents at this building enjoy a concierge, fitness center, a valet, tenant lounge, a rooftop deck, an on-site gourmet deli and pharmacy. The building is pet friendly.
This building is located at the bottom of the Financial District and boasts access to the chic eateries and shops on Stone Street, the bars and nightlife of downtown Manhattan and the incredible public transportation of Wall Street. Downtown Manhattan is the fastest growing residential neighborhood in the city, and for good reason. Once all the Wall Street suits leave, the area quiets down considerably. No longer a ghost town in the evenings, the Financial District is a great place for young professionals and starter families alike.