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|information:Tenant has option to extend-Cable&WiFi:$125/month-Gas&Electric CAP:$100/month-Move-out cleaning:$200|
This one bedroom, one bath apartment is in Manhattan’s Financial District. Located in a luxury boutique elevator building on Wall Street and Water Street, this building is fully loaded with perks, from the premiere resident services like full time doorman, concierge and valet to rooftop lounge, terrace, basketball court and professionally designed fitness center.
This furnished one bedroom apartment has hardwood floors, modern furnishings, custom closets and large windows throughout. The open kitchen features custom countertops, top-of-the-line Jenn Air cooktop and convection oven and Liebherr paneled refrigerator. The apartment has the convenience of its own laundry washer/dryer. The bedroom has queen size bed, night tables with lamps and a wall of windows. Modern frosted glass sliding doors separate the bedroom from the living room and can be closed for privacy or opened to create an airy open layout. The living room area has sofa that pulls out to a sofa bed for guests, coffee table and flat screen TV. The bathroom is modern with marble throughout and both tub and shower.
The boutique building features high-end amenities and luxurious common areas for lounging or working, with crystal chandeliers, cozy chairs to read in, a gas fireplace and even free breakfast every morning! The outdoor terrace and rooftop lounge have sun umbrellas, sofas for lounging in the sun, and potted greenery so you can enjoy outdoor space with NYC views from the comfort of your building.
Check out Stone Street Historic District (.5mi/.8km away) where you can admire the architecture of some of New York’s oldest buildings while you stroll down the cobblestoned street lined with bars and restaurants with outdoor dining areas. Catch the Staten Island Ferry (.5 mi/.8km away) for a free ride from Lower Manhattan to Staten Island with incredible views of the Manhattan skyline and Statue of Liberty or head to Ellis Island and learn a little about the history of immigration to New York City. If you want to experience NYC form a different angle, Liberty Helicopter Tours has a heliport in the area (.6 mi/.96 km away) where you can take a bird’s eye tour of Manhattan from above.
The 2/3 subway lines serve the area, with the Wall Street / William Street stop closest to the apartment.
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