The entrance to this apartment is very welcoming with a sense of space, peace and quiet. In the foyer there is a custom outfitted walk-in closet. Past the walk-in is a separate bonus space that makes the perfect home office. Walking further into the apartment is another large closet and now you are entering the large living space with a wall of windows which rewards you with fantastic light and city and sky views.
This multi use room has the perfect amount of space to allow you to create distinct areas for relaxing, sleeping, eating and entertaining. The apartment also has 10 and a half foot high ceilings.
The apartment provides an open floor-plan allowing the kitchen to be open to the living area ... separated by a marble topped eat-at peninsular. The kitchen has outstanding cabinetry with tremendous storage space. All the countertops are marble and the appliances are all top name brands, Viking stove oven and microwave, Subzero refrigerator and Fisher and Paykel dual dishwasher drawers.
The bath is equally as luxurious. Marble floors and walls, a Kohler deep soaking tub, rain-head shower and Vileroy and Bosch fixtures.
The building itself is amazing; originally constructed in 1929-30 as a prominent Art Deco skyscraper, it was converted to residential use around 2000 and became a condo in 2007. It has a full time doorman, live in building manager with a full staff of employees. The marble and walnut fittings of the lobby provide access to the elevator banks as well as the residents-only library which features an extensive collection of literature, a wood-burning fireplace and a grand piano, a business center and the billiards room boasts a similar old New York sophistication.
The other amenities at 88 Greenwich Street are strikingly contemporary, though, from the landscaped green rooftop terrace to the residents-only event space known as the Harbor Room to the state-of-the-art fitness center. This pre-war Art Deco Condominium residence welcomes dogs for owners and is within minutes of shopping from Whole Foods to Tiffany's to the Brookfield Center to SouthStreet Seaport and the complete spectrum of restaurants. Subway service is conveniently located for the 1,2,3,4,5,6, A,C, E, J, R, W and the PATH train.
BIKE & STORAGE
Fisher & Paykel
BUILDING ROOF TERRACE
1,2,3,4,5,6, A,C, E, J, R, W and the PATH train
37 floors | 452 units | Condo | Built in 1929
Built originally as an office building in 1929, this stunning building was built in the famous Art Deco style. Converted to designer condominiums in 2007, the building offers breathtaking river and city views. It includes a state-of-the-art gym and yoga facility, on-site storage, library, and landscaped Sky Deck.
The Financial District is immersed in bustling restaurants and offers great shopping and convenient grocery stores. In addition, you're just a short walk away from historic Trinity Church, the Fulton Transit Center, the South Street Seaport, and The World Trade Center. It's a vibrant neighborhood with plenty to offer.
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