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About 97 Rector St New York, NY 10006
(---ASAP MOVE IN---) NO BROKER FEE, GET UP TO 1 MONTH FREE!!!
(---APARTMENT---):This gorgeous unit offers some of the most up-scale finishes on the market. Enter the apartment and you'll find a spa inspired bathroom. sub tile finished walls, fiber tile floors, A classic double wide mirror with illuminated siding lights, and a free standing alcove tub with a waterfall shower head. Enter the Kitchen and your eyes are drawn to the custom counter tops with a mosaic marble back-splash, top-of-the-line appliances including: Jenn Air cook top with a convection oven & a Leibherr paneled refrigerator. In your living area you have Over sized windows with custom shades as well as the convenience of that breath taking battery park/ river view. all perfectly blended together with massive closets to keep all your belongings.
(---AMENITIES---): this building comes with a variety of on-site conveniences to enhance your lifestyle, Luxuriously appointed in every way. Their courteous staff is available for you twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week and a host of on-premise amenities offer a unique level of comfort and convenience such as A resident lounge, graciously equipped state-of-the-art gym, and landscaped sundeck to take in the views of New York City from sunrise to sunset.
(---LOCATION---): This Building conveniently located in the heart of lower Manhattan and a few blocks away lies the subway and bus lines including the A,C,E,1,2,3,4,5,6,R,J, and Z trains. It is also conveniently surrounded by numerous world famous shopping, dining and entertainment destinations that NYC has to offer
(---CONTACT---): For private showings contact Realtor Ashram John at firstname.lastname@example.org or text/call 347-829-0638.
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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.