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About 87 South St New York, NY 10038
Take a step back into time and view this eclectic 2300Sqft Penthouse 2 Bedroom 1.5 Bathroom Loft.
The Original -vaulted wood beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, expose brick, and eight columns grace the space. The dining area can sit eight and is adjacent to the unique basic kitchen with its round island. A total of, eleven windows, facing North, and East and West offer sunlight through-out the day. The master bedroom has French doors and three skylights. The full windowed bathroom has a soaking Jacuzzi tub; a double sink vanity and a WIC with a W&D hook up. The second Bedroom can also be used as an office, guest or kids room. The possibilities are boundless, work and play from home.
Perfect for live/work artists, designers and creative individuals. Built in the 1900's this Historic Romanesque elevator building offers a true Loft living experience. So many restaurants and shops to choose from along the cobblestone streets of the Seaport. Pets ok. Close to all major subway lines.
This great space is ready for Immediate move in and will go quickly!
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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.