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This is a luxury apartment rental building located in Manhattan's Financial District. Cass Gilbert designed it in 1907, several years before he designed the magnificent Woolworth Building at 233 Broadway. The building originally boasted a top-floor establishment that billed itself as the highest restaurant in New York. In 1998, the building's exterior was designated an architectural landmark by the city's Landmarks Preservation Commission. The building reopened in the spring of 2005 as a 410-unit rental apartment building, and its meticulous restoration earned it in 2006 a National Preservation Honor Award from the National Trust for Historic Preservation The restored building has a garden courtyard, a gym, a recreation room, central air-conditioning and a garage. The building has a doorman, and some ceilings are 14-feet-six-inches high. Some apartments have skylights.
Units at this building are oversized and sun-drenched, with modern kitchens and marbled bathrooms. They feature hardwood floors, high-speed telecommunications hookups, self-controlled heat and AC, granite countertops in the kitchens alongside stainless steel appliances and wooden cabinetry, and soaking subs with stainless steel fixtures in the baths. The building features a garden courtyard, a gym, a recreation room, central air-conditioning and a garage, as well as 24-hour concierge and doorman, hotel service, laundry service, valet service, a business and meeting room and billiards. All units have video security, and the building also boasts a lounge.
This building is situated on the West Side highway in the Financial District, and offers not just a landmarked building but incredible views. The building is west of the entire hullabaloo that surrounds Wall Street by day, and instead, is situated closer to the World Trade Center site. It is close to a bevy of subway stops, but it's a bit far from bars, restaurants and shopping.