|Beds||Baths||Rent||Deposit||Unit #||Sq Ft||Lease Length||Available|
|3 BRs 3 BRs 3 BRs||2 Bathrooms 2 Baths 2 BAs||$6,339||$0||1736||1,500 Sq Ft||12 Month Lease||Available Now|
About 60 Pine St New York, NY 10005
As you enter this apartment, you will immediately notice the beautiful granite counter top kitchen with stainless steel appliances. As you continue into the apartment, you will notice the spacious rooms that can each fit a king sized bed, have pristine hardwood floors, and ample closet space. The over-sized windows provide plenty of natural light and amazing views. Enjoy a living room area that can accommodate a couch, coffee table, and TV stand. Flexible move-in dates. Every convenience one could want! The building has a 24 hour doorman, massive lobby, impressive roof deck with breathtaking 360 views of Manhattan/Brooklyn Bridge/World Trade Center, sun bathing beds, cabanas, BBQ grills, screening room, concierge & valet services, laundry, lounge with free wifi and pool table. The building also has a 21,000 sq/ft of newly completed amenities spaces, a unique fitness and wellness center offering state-of-the-art aerobic and strength training equipment and classes, a fully equipped pilates studio and cross fit training field, bowling alley, 2 golf simulators, and a children’s playroom. Gas, heat, and hot water are all included. Steps away from the 1,2,3,4,5,A,C,E,N,R,J,Z trains and walking distance to South Street Seaport, as well as an array of upscale restaurants, bars, lounges, stores, and movie theatres. TO SCHEDULE A VIEWING, CALL/TEXT LARA MARIC AT 646-220-2693 OR LMARIC@BOUKLISGROUP.COM
Dogs and Cats Allowed
- 12 Months
Reviews at 60 Pine St New York, NY 10005
Neighborhood - Financial District
Situated in Lower Manhattan at the spot where New York began in 1624, the Financial District is the heartbeat of our nation’s financial institutions such as the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the New York Stock Exchange.
Locals are drawn to the Financial District for many reasons – the top being convenient transportation and proximity to employers. For transportation, many rely on the New York Subway, plus ferries and taxis for long-distance travel.
Even though it’s highly active, Financial District can seem like an urban oasis due to the convergence of the East and Hudson Rivers. You may even describe it as feeling like a coastal town, rather than a large metropolitan.
Tourists make their way to this community, because of the scenic views of the Statue of Liberty at Battery Park. Other attractions on their itinerary include the One World Trade Center and Observatory, plus the Museum of American Finance.
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