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The interior photos are from a model apartment in the building. The model apartment is representative of both the quality and style of apartments offered at this location. Description, floor plan and photos are for reference purposes only. Actual apartment's dimensions, layouts and furniture may vary.
Live in the epitome of luxury in Manhattan’s Financial District from this fully furnished alcove studio apartment rental on William Street and Platt Street. Located in a high-rise elevator building, this apartment has gym access, a terrace, and laundry access.
The Living Room of this luxury rental has large windows with glorious views of the NYC skyscrapers that inhabit the Financial District of lower Manhattan. The apartment has a contemporary décor with modern furnishings including a wrap-around sofa, a mounted flat screen TV, a coffee table, and desk. Past the Living Room, separated partially, is the sleeping alcove, which has another flat screen TV, King-sized bed, side table, and modern wall art. The kitchen is fully equipped with a fridge, freezer, dishwasher, coffeemaker, and microwave.
The Financial District of Manhattan is a downtown neighborhood on the southern border of NYC known for its soaring skyscrapers, famous tourist destinations, and high-powered residents. Enjoy a nice meal around the corner at The Capital Grille (0.3 mi/400 m), an upscale steakhouse offering classic American fare in a refined setting. Visit the 9/11 Tribute Center (0.4 mi/600 m), located just at the foot of the famous rebuilt One World Trade Center. this center offers an oral history of 9/11 as well as walking tours of the site from survivors, rescue workers, and family members. Trinity Church (0.3 mi/500 m) is a historic Episcopal Church and cemetery, founded in 1697, where Alexander Hamilton and other early Americans are buried.
The subway at Fulton Street / Broadway / Nassau Street (0.1 mi/200 m) connects you to lines J and Z, while the subway at Wall Street / William Street (0.1 mi/180 m) connects you to lines 2 and 3.