|start date||end date||sleeps||month||information|
|Apr 01 2023||open||2||
|information:UNFURNISHED - 6 months min.: +APP Fee, Utilities $175 (TV, Internet, electricity) -Tenant may extend|
Experience the Financial District of NYC from this large, modern, and nicely furnished (Crate & Barrel) lofty 970 SF, 11-Feet Ceilings corner one-bedroom apartment located in the heart of the bustling Financing District. This unit is on the 18th floor of a landmark full-service high-rise building with breathtaking views of lower Manhattan and the East River.
The corner Living Room features a lofty modern design, with hardwood floors, white walls, and 7 large windows with nice city, and Brooklyn Bridge views.The apartment is not furnished The kitchen is open.The living room is flooded with natural light enhanced by the white walls and hardwood floors. The bathroom has a bath tub, shower, and WC.
Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman, luxury fitness room, children's playroom, resident's lounge, large outdoor Zen garden with grills, wrap-around roof deck with cabanas, valet service, separate indoor bike storage and garage parking for an additional fee. 99 John is a half a block from entrance to the Fulton Street Station (2/3, A/C, 4/5, and J/Z trains) and one minute from three large supermarkets including one within the building. You are also located near great restaurants and bars, historic South Street Seaport and the East River Ferry (travel to Dumbo or Williamsburg is less than 10 minutes)
The Financial District is a bustling lower Manhattan neighborhood that is fast-paced during the day and calm and clear at night. With incredibly convenient transportation, views unlike any other in NYC, and some of the city?s most iconic landmarks, it is no surprise that so many New Yorkers love calling this neighborhood home! Indulge in some American grub at Zaitzeff (0.2 mi/260 m), a casual café and burger joint offering Kobe beef, sirloin, turkey & veggie patties plus wine and bottled beers. Take a stroll to the South Street Seaport (0.2 mi/350 m), a historic area where Fulton Street meets the East River. It features some of the oldest architecture in downtown Manhattan and has renovated mercantile buildings, renovated sailing ships, the former Fulton Fish Market, and more. And Battery Park and its boardwalk is within walking distance!
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.