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Located right on Wall Street between Hanover Square and Pearl Street, this studio apartment is right in the heart of the Financial District. Found in such close proximity to the New York Stock Exchange, One World Trade Center, and South Street Seaport, this studio apartment is found in a building with a gym and rooftop terrace.
Living in the Financial District is like living in the most historical neighborhood in all of Manhattan. It is the only neighborhood in Manhattan that does not have grid streets. This 550 sqft (51 sqm) apartment is located in a building with some of the best amenities one can ask. Walking into your studio apartment, you are greeted with a bright and modern look. In the main space you have the living room and kitchen towards the entrance of your studio apartment. You have a refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, toaster, dishwasher, and a four-burner oven with a stove. The kitchen is also fully prepared with silverware, plates, and glasses. In the living room style part of the room, you have a sofa, an A/C unit, a TV with cable, and a dining table that seats four easily. At the end of the room, right next to the two grand windows of your studio you have your queen size bed and provided sheets. In the bathroom, you have a minimal, white-washed look. You have a tub-shower with a rain overhead, a water closet, a dual-sized mirror, and an elegant sink with cabinetry space underneath for your toiletries. Throughout this studio apartment, you have hardwood floors. In addition, your apartment also comes with a washer and dryer in-unit. Some of the many amenities that this building includes are a fitness center, a rooftop lounge, a game room, 24-hour doorman, and a resident-only speakeasy!
None of New York is as well preserved as the Financial District. Yes, now it is filled with businessmen and women in suits, and tall buildings where people are making millions, but walking throughout this neighborhood you can spot the history of Americas first settlers. An area settled by the Dutch, Wall Street gets its name from an actual “wall” that separated New Amsterdam from the rest of New York. This apartment located right on Wall street, you will see the ruins of where the wall stood back in the 17th century. Today, alongside with all the tall skyscrapers you will find some amazing restaurants, endless bars, and some of the best attractions. Within close walking distance, you can visit the New York Stock Exchange, Seaport District (a shopping and restaurant area with cobblestone streets), One World Trade Center, the Oculus, Battery Par, and also take the Staten Island ferry to and from NYC for free. You are also in close proximity from the Brooklyn Bridge which gives you the option to walk across to Brooklyn and explore more. Just a block away from your apartment you have the Wall Street Subway Station giving you access to lines 2 and 3. Just two blocks away from your apartment you have the Broad Street Subway Station with lines J and Z.