220 Front Street

Financial District

Good transportation Fun nightlife

The Financial District, referred to as FIDI for short, has seen dramatic growth over the last decade, swelling from 15,000 to over 56,000 residents.

The neighborhood is all the way at the bottom tip of Manhattan, and it is evenly split between East and West.

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Building Mix

  • 83% Luxury Highrise
  • 6% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 4% Pre War
  • 2% Elevator Building
  • 2% New Building

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Descriptions of 220 Front Street

Perfectly situated in one of New York City's oldest and most authentic neighborhoods, 220 Front Street is equipped with a mix of old and new, which energizes the district and proudly displays its history as an evolving and adapting community that is as vibrant today as it was 200 years ago. Jermel Singleton (Jul 2013)
The Financial District of New York City is a neighborhood on the southernmost section of the borough of Manhattan which comprises the offices and headquarters of many of the city's major financial institutions, including the New York Stock Exchange and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Edward Conroy (Nov 2013)
Views of the Brooklyn Bridge, Hudson River and Landscaped Mews, Exposed Masonry and Original 500-year-old Virgin Pine Timber Framing, Original Wood and Metal Elevator Hoist Artifacts, Direct Elevator Access, 10+ Foot High Ceilings, Front and Rear Patio. Zoned Heating and Air Systems, Beech Plank Wood Flooring, Seidel Video Intercom System, Bosch Washer and Dryer, Wired for High-Speed Internet Access, Garden Courtyard and Rooftop Terrace. Neil Nerich (Jan 2014)
DAY OR NIGHT~Just relax at dinner with a fine glass of wine in the historic Fulton Fish Market and experience the unique pleasures of living in South Street Seaport, one of the most historically rich locations in the great New York City. With the shipping business moving to the Hudson River by the mid 20th-century, the Seaport began the transition to a historical neighborhood with the founding of the South Street Seaport Museum in 1967. Kevin Dumont (Sep 2013)
This is located in a cobblestone paved block just steps from the Financial District in a neighborhood filled with independent businesses, including 8 restaurants, an ale house, wine bar, Italian Mercato and more. Jeremy MacMillan Hilton (Aug 2012)
A contemporary staircase leads you to a Large downstairs area with it's original timber ceilings, original metal elevator hoist, beech plank wood floors, exposed brick and oversized windows. Albert Ngai (Mar 2014)
Tons of Light, hardwood strip floors, large corner living area, GIANT bedrooms, exposed brick, exposed beamed ceiling, GE Profile Series appliances, 2 marble baths, WASHER/DRYER, and more. Michael Engstrom (Nov 2013)
NO FEE LOFTS DOWNTOWNSecure elevator building with exposed brick and charming details, beautiful common area with fountain and landscaping, located near most trains, with excellent views. Morgan Graham (Jun 2013)
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Nearby Subway Stations

  • 2 3 Fulton St (0.32 mi)
  • J Chambers St (0.4 mi)
  • 4 6 5 Brooklyn Bridge - City Hall (0.4 mi)
  • J Fulton St (0.41 mi)
  • C A Fulton St (0.41 mi)

building details

Floors: 5
Units: 15
Floor area: 24530
Year built: 1910

Building Median Rents

1br: $4,750
2br: $5,500

Nearby Schools

Murry Bergtraum High School For Business Careers
High school
Spruce Street School
Early Childhood
P.S. 126 Jacob August Riis
P.S. 001 Alfred E. Smith
Millennium High School
High school
High School Of Economics And Finance
High school
Leadership And Public Service High School
High school
Greenwich Village
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
Urban Assembly School Of Business For Young Women,
High school
Richard R. Green High School Of Teaching
High school