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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.
Experience the Financial District of Manhattan from this luxury two bedroom apartment rental on William Street and Platt Street. This modern rental is located in a high-rise elevator building with laundry and gym access, as well as a terrace!
The living room is fitted with all modern furniture, supplying a contemporary and chic vibe to the room. Large windows open up the apartment with light and peer out onto the lower Manhattan skyscrapers than inhabit the Financial District of NYC. The room is furnished with a wraparound sofa, desk, mounted flat screen Cable TV, air conditioning, and dining table. The modern kitchen has charcoal cabinetry and is equipped with a fridge, freezer, microwave, coffeemaker, and dishwasher. The two bedrooms are furnished with a King-sized bed, Cable TV, air conditioning, with large windows.
The Financial District is one of the most historic neighborhoods in Manhattan, and the heartbeat of the financial markets in America. The bustling neighborhood attracts mainly professionals who work in the area, or those who want to take advantage of the incredibly convenient location. With great views and high-rise buildings, the Financial District shows the beauty of living on the edge of Manhattan. Enjoy a happy hour drink at Fresh Salt (0.4 mi/650 m), a waterfront bar with craft ales, sandwiches and snacks, and an impressive happy hour special. Battery Park (0.7 mi/1.1 km) is a historic park with incredible views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, as well as ferry service to both islands. The Charging Bull (0.4 mi/700 m) is an iconic sculpture that was originally guerilla art, and has become a symbol of the New York Stock Exchange.
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.