Enjoy New York City from this immaculately kept, full floor residence that sleeps 12 located in the financial district. Step off the keyed elevator into your newly renovated home with central air-conditioning and hardwood floors throughout. Cable TV, Wi-Fi and local phone service are included.
This home has an elevator - no steps.
The residence has central air conditioning.
The residence features a state of the art kitchen including all the appliances and small wares to prepare home cooked meals. Enjoy your morning coffee brewed in a Keurig single brew coffee maker or tea from your electric tea kettle.
Relax at the end of your day in the spacious living room in one of the two full large leather sofas - both of which are queen sleepers with a memory foam mattress - while watching TV on a 50 inch flatscreen TV.
Have your meals at the dining table that seats 12 to 14.
The master bedroom has a king size bed and en suite bathroom. The second bedroom also features a king size bed. Bedroom three has a bunkbed full-size on the bottom twin on the top. Bedroom for features to queen-size beds. Bedroom five has a queen-size bed. All bedrooms have Beautyrest Recharge Pierpoint plush mattresses and 40 inch flatscreen TVs.
The residence is less than a block to the New York City subway station.
Lower Manhattan has historically been—and still remains—the City’s primary business district. The pall cast over Lower Manhattan by the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 was surprisingly short-lived because of the City and federal government’s resolve to rebuild and entice residents and businesses to the area. Despite prolonged controversies over the design of a rebuilt Ground Zero, Lower Manhattan began to pulse with new activity as old—and bold—office buildings were converted to apartments and as TriBeCa boomed with dozens of new and architecturally innovative developments.
The South Street Seaport and the Brooklyn Bridge along the East River offer a good variety of shops, cafes, hotels and restaurants as well as regularly scheduled concerts, boat rides and other activities, which adds to its ability to attract an influx of new residents, putting Lower Manhattan well on its way to becoming a vibrant mixed-use community.
North of Wall Street and the South Street Seaport lie City Hall, the Civic Center and the courts around Foley Square, Chinatown and Little Italy—all within walking distance of the Financial District—as is the Hudson-side esplanade at Battery Park City, the major retail facilities at the World Financial Center and the many restaurants and nightlife spots of TriBeCa to the west. Though the area has obvious appeal for people who work in the district, nearly all major subways stop close by.
Photo ID's required for all persons staying in the residence
This residence is not a hotel. The owner does not supply daily housekeeping services and other amenities commonly expected during a hotel stay. The residence does not comply with the same fire safety and building code requirements as a hotel. Contact the owner for any customer services or maintenance issues – there is not a front desk staff at any of the Residences. The super does not provided services for this residence you must contact the owner.