This sun-soaked one-bedroom, plus two home offices, essentially utilized as a three bedroom apartment, two-bathroom home is in the heart of the Financial District and offers abundant space and a quiet, serene escape from the hustle and bustle of New York City.
The DOWNTOWN Condominium is in the old JP Morgan Building conveniently located across from the Stock Exchange and is the building that put FiDi on the map as a residential option. This apartment breaks all the Financial District stereotypes with its loft-like space punctuated with windows that flood the apartment with sunlight from the north and west.
Anyone who knows the building will quickly realize how much updating and customization has gone into this home. Originally with a layout of one bedroom with a home office, Unit 1912 has been transformed into a three-bedroom apartment with a large foyer/mudroom packed with storage options.
Other features of note in this Philippe Starck inspired masterpiece apartment include a spacious floor plan with tasteful and modern fixtures throughout, an all-white, serene, walk-thru kitchen with marble countertops and sleek stainless steel appliances, abundant light from oversized windows and custom built-ins throughout the apartment. A private storage unit also transfers with this apartment.
With roughly 1,760 interior square feet, there is more than enough room for private intimate living or formal entertaining. Unit 1912 has the versatility everyone needs and wants from their home. The apartment is turnkey, and the building's amenities are legendary - Starck Park/terrace, massive fitness center, half-court basketball court, squash court, pool, bowling, screening room, party room, kid's room with 24/7 concierge and door attendant. The staff at DOWNTOWN are dedicated to this building and are key to the strength of the community that exists, this is another major plus when considering a new home.
FiDi is super convenient to access and has evolved into a residential destination over the last 20 years with DOWNTOWN pioneering that shift. All services are easily accessible and a Whole Foods is slated to open in late 2021/early 2022 on the corner of Exchange and Broadway. Access to the Westside Highway, FDR, and the parks that line both rivers put everyone near a beautiful green space within minutes. The subways all converge in lower Manhattan to transport you in and out of the neighborhood as easily and conveniently as possible.