Residences designed to make the everyday extraordinary.

 

Apartment# 3103/3104

2 Bedroom w. office/ 2 Bath 

$1,899,000

Fantastic opportunity to acquire adjoining units in one of Manhattan’s premier full service Art Deco buildings.  Save over $75,000 when you purchase both units.  Keep them as separate units or combine into a deluxe 2 bedroom, 2 baths with office 1,200 square foot suite. Located in one of Manhattans hottest neighborhoods, 88 Greenwich Street was built in 1929 and converted to Condominiums in 2007.  The “Greenwich Club" combines an Art Deco design and timeless finishes with luxurious services and amenities, including a full-time doorman and staff, landscaped roof deck and lounge, billiard's room, gym, concierge services, cold storage, bike storage and central A/C.  The apartments feature large south-facing windows, soaring 10.5' ceilings, mesmerizing unobstructed Governor’s Island, Battery Park, New York Harbor, Verrazano Bridge, Brooklyn and New Jersey views. The kitchen includes Viking, Subzero and Fischer & Paykel appliances, custom walnut cabinetry and white glass counter tops. The spa-like bath in each apartment has floor to ceiling white glass tile, a deep soaking tub and an overhead rain shower.  Downtown location provides convenient access to subways and ferries.  Do not miss the opportunity to make 88 Greenwich Street your new address.

 

 

 

 

 

Built in 1929 and converted to Condo in 2007, 88 Greenwich ("The Greenwich Club") combines an Art Deco design and timeless finishes with luxurious services and amenities, including a full-time doorman and staff, landscaped roof deck and lounge, billiard's room, gym, concierge services, cold storage, bike storage, central A/C, and laundry on every floor. Downtown location provides convenient access to subways and ferries. 

 

 

Full Service Concierge

Library / Music Room

Video / TV Room

Fully Equipped Gym

Living it up in FiDi

 

The Financial District, also known as FiDi is a neighborhood located at the southern tip of the borough of Manhattan.  While home to the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Reserve Bank among other financial institutions, it has now become one of the fastest growing residential neighborhoods in the city.  With attractions like the South Street Seaport, bars and restaurants along Stone Street, the Brooklyn Bridge, Tiffany  & Co., Hermes, and the new Fulton Street Subway station to name a few, FiDi is a great neighborhood to call home.