The Building was constructed in 1931 as the City Bank Farmers Trust Building. At that time the building was the 4th tallest building in the world and it remained among the top ten tallest buildings in New York until 1970. The building was designed by the architectural firm of Cross and Cross. In 1996, the building was designated a City Landmark by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. Upon completion this building will be converted into Downtown's finest luxury rental apartments, making it one of Lower Manhattan's tallest residential buildings to date.
Soaring 11-foot ceilings
And over-sized operable windows leading to spectacular postcard views Modern Kitchens
With state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances and custom European cabinets Elegantly Appointed Baths
Featuring marble floors, contemporary tiling with custom sinks and vanities
Relax, Read, Play Billiards or entertain in the Vincent Cangelosi designed lounge.
Soak up the sun or just sit and enjoy the views.
State-of-the-art cardio-and weight training equipment. Valet service takes care of all laundry, dry cleaning and housekeeping. The in-house concierge is perfect for organizing recreational activities, from restaurant reservation and theater tickets to transportation and travel arrangements. Package services ensure the receipt and care of important and eagerly awaited deliveries.
The Financial District offers much more than its magnificent architecture. Whether it be an invigorating run through scenic Battery Park, a leisurely stroll through the South Street Seaport, or an exploration of history in a local museum or landmark, this neighborhood offers the very best of New York. With fine dining, extensive shopping and a multitude of attractions, the Financial District has it all, including easy access to the rest of Manhattan. Just steps from the 1/2/3/4/5/C/E/J/M/R/W Subway lines, no commute is inconvenient.