Negotiation: Not Possible
Floor Number: 17 Number of Floors in Building: 50 Minimal Distance for Subway (In Minute): 3 Year of Renovation: 2004
"This is a NO FEE, spacious and fully furnished one-bedroom in the wonderful Downtown Club, a premier building in Financial District/Battery Park City. The lofty apartment features stainless GE appliances, including a refrigerator, dishwasher, overhead microwave, and black granite countertops in the kitchen with cherry wood cabinets, an Italian limestone marble bathroom, a large windowed bedroom, a custom hardwood closet with sliding doors in the foyer, burnished brass light fixtures, and art gallery walls. Utilities (electricity, gas, Verizon FiOS TV, landline phone and wifi high speed internet) are addtional $300/month.
Downtown Club is a top-ranked luxury art deco building (based on City Realty) in downtown area, boasting a 12,000 sq ft gym, spa and massage facilities, yoga studio, fitness lessons, sauna/steam rooms, wifi business center, resident lounge, billiards room, sun-deck, private screening room, landscaped terrace, maid service, 24hr concierge and doorman service, valet service, Sunday movie night, annual holiday party and much more.
Walking distance to many restaurants and nightlife (Stone street and South Street Seaport), shopping (such as Century 21, Ann Taylor, Coach, Banana Republic, GUESS, Barnes & Noble, Whole Foods...), subway and ferry stations, and attractions (including Wall Street, World Financial Center, Brooklyn Bridge, Trinity Church, St. Paul's Chapel, Liberty and Ellis Island, Battery Park, and Hudson River and East River waterfront esplanades). A convenient store, Zaytuna, is located right on the corner and opens late.
Lower Manhattan, the U.S. fourth largest business disctrict, is among the New York City's fastest growing neighborhoods. With efforts from communities and governments, the neigborhood has become one of the most vibrant and the safest in the City.
Additional info. can be found at http://www.downtownclubny.com and http://www.downtownny.com."