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Living at the Cipriani Club Residences is ultimate luxury. It does not get much more historic that being located in the Financial District, the oldest part of Manhattan. Built in 1842, the building was designed by Isaiah Rogers and doubled in size by the architect firm McKim, Mead & White. It originally served as home to the New York Merchant’s Exchange, the New York Stock Exchange, United States Customs House, and the National City Bank headquarters. There are a total 106 furnished condominiums which include 45 “club residences” or studios, 49 one-bedroom apartments, 8 two-bedroom apartments, and 4 three-bedroom apartments. The units would best be described as classic, sleek, eclectic and represent a variation of the Cipriani brand.
50 West Street condominium designed by world-renowned architect Thomas Juul-Hansen is a new 64 story condo tower scheduled to be completed in 2016 that is offering its residents superlative luxury residential living in Lower Manhattan. Consisting of One-bedroom to Five-bedroom residences, 50 West Street condominium will be outfitted with the finest finishes and amenities that will be complemented by an equally impressive assortment of building amenities rivaling the best Manhattan has to offer in any residential condominium. 50 West Street will be standing approximately 780 feet tall with an exterior comprised of glass and steel providing unparalleled panoramic views of the Manhattan and Hudson River skyline. Floor-to-ceiling windows will amplify the Sunsets and Statue of Liberty views from these residences that will be extraordinary to say the least.
99 John Deco Lofts Condominium located at 99 John Street in Manhattan’s Financial District, is a wonderful Pre-war high rise condo built in 1933. Under the care of Rockrose Associates, 99 John Deco Lofts was converted in 2007 to 442 luxury condo apartments with many lofts style floor plans. With 100 diverse floor plans purchasers had a great deal of fantastic living spaces to choose from and personalize for their specific needs.Its location puts you, between Gold & Cliff Streets perfectly located and mere steps to Hermès Wall Street and Tiffany & Co, plus South Street Seaport with its fantastic restaurants, nightlife, shopping as well as the FDR Drive. You are also mere minutes to spectacular restaurants and eateries like Markjoseph Steakhouse, Cipriani Wall Street, Delmonico's, Capital Grille, Luke's Lobster and much more.
The Setai Wall Street condominium residences located at 40 Broad Street in Manhattan’s Downtown Financial District is a spectacular condominium that is the embodiment of refinement and ultra luxury matched with unsurpassed 24Hour Five Star services and amenities. Amenities and services supporting the residents and their guest at The Setai Wall Street condominium residences are unparalleled and some of the finest Five Starr amenities in the world that include 24Hour full service Concierge and Doorman attended lobby, fine dining available in the privacy of your own home and a private screening room with a lush state-of-the-art theater. Further amenities and services include exclusive membership to the The Setai Club with access to over 44,000 square feet of spectacular private amenities area that include a stunning state-of-the-art fitness center and club, Spa and treatment rooms, lounges, library, dining rooms, wine cellars, rooftop terraces, and Michelin-starred restaurant all in keeping with Far Eastern traditions of warmth, hospitality and spiritual wellness of mind and body. The sprawling 8,000sf roof terrace and lounge with amazing views of New York City Skyline, Harbor and Hudson River will astound as well as provide a wonderful oasis while taking full advantage of the Sunrise to Sunset and all throughout the evening’s city lights.
Downtown by Philippe Starck Condominium located at 15 Broad Street sits directly across the street from the New York Stock Exchange between Exchange and Wall Streets. As the name denotes this luxury condominium was named after one of its internationally renowned creators Philippe Starck and sits in the epicenter of Downtown Financial District. As rich in Pre-war history as 15 Broad Street is, it is equally rich in luxurious finishes and amenities rarely seen anywhere in all of Manhattan. The conversion by Philippe Starck and Leviev Boymelgreen brought a very high level of refinement and services that set a new standard for years to come. Amenities and features rarely seen are a basketball and squash courts, a bowling alley and a lounge - party room that can be reserved for private parties plus a fully landscaped 5,000 square foot roof-terrace boasting a fireplace, reflecting pool, dining tables, and lounge chairs, with sensational views overlooking onto the NYSE, creating a perfect private oasis.
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