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About 2 Dutch St New York, NY 10038
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Nicknamed ‘The Diamond Curb’ due to this building’s history with jewelry and riches, the boutique residences stand 14 stories tall, with completely renovated interiors and an impressive façade. The plentiful windows serve to provide the perfect vantage point for the future of the Financial District, which continues to emerge as a vibrant and emerged 24 hour- a day destination.
The completely renovated homes provide a breath of fresh air within the bustling Financial District. With Ceiling heights ranging between 9 and 10 feet. The homes includes stunning Eco-Friendly Tuscany Floorsand an HVAC system by Trane and York – testaments to its mission to retain luxury without sacrificing sustainability. With a masterfully designed layouts, the residences are comfortable and intimate.
The European kitchens feature only those high-end finishes and appliances that have become integral toa luxury Manhattan home. Appliance selections include a Bosch oven and dishwasher, a Summit refrigerator, and a GE range. Additional features include Calacatta Quartz countertops and backsplashes, Euro Mobil cabinetry and Danze faucets.
The impressive bathrooms are outfitted with European-style vanities and Aquadom countertops. Danze faucets, Toto toilets, and Zuma baths bring the utmost level of luxury to the spaces.
Walking distance from several amenities. Tasty restaurants, fine jewelry stores, and historical sights are all within a couple of blocks. Countless architectural gens and serene parks continue to grace the neighborhood, including City Hall, Battery Park, the new World Trade Center Memorial Park and the Oculus.
Located in southern Manhattan, east of Battery Park and south of the Civic Center, the Financial District houses the New York Stock Exchange and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Locals consider the corner of Wall Street and Broad Street the heart of the district -- the area remains the center of daytime activity, and neither street stretches beyond the neighborhood's boundaries. While skyscrapers define the Financial District, the neighborhood offers a lot more. Many of the Financial District's expansive lofts have been converted into cavernous apartments, and residents have easy access to upscale shopping venues and boutiques, several transportation options, and numerous museums.