19 Dutch Launches Leasing & Interior Renderings Revealed, Financial District

Aerial rendering of 19 Dutch Street, Financial District, Manhattan (VISUALS for IF Studio)

As construction nears full completion at 19 Dutch in Manhattan’s Financial District, today, the developer has officially launched leasing for the luxury residential tower. Designed by New York’s GKV Architects with SLCE serving as the architect of record, the gleaming, glass-clad structure soars 770 feet above Lower Manhattan.

The building’s 483 rentals range from studio to two-bedroom accommodations with interior layouts and materials designed by international powerhouse Colum McCartan. With a focus on high-end, natural materials, each residence is textured in Renaissance-inspired, cerused oak flooring and quartz countertops with modern finishes and smart-home technologies. 

Rendering of residential kitchen at 19 Dutch (Credit: VISUALS for IF Studio)

Rendering of residential living room at 19 Dutch (Credit: VISUALS for IF Studio)

Future occupants will enjoy full access to a suite of amenities including a full-service fitness club, a communal, open-air sky lounge on the 64th floor, a demonstration kitchen featuring restaurant-level accouterments, a business center, a party room, and a curated library with a fireplace. Fresh renderings also reveal a dramatic 19-foot lobby with soaring columns, marble interiors, and raised wood paneling inspired by Dutch sensibilities.

“It’s striking moments, such as when residents first step into the building, that creates the impression of luxury,” said McCartan, the interior designer of 19 Dutch. “We sought out to innovate and create one-of-a-kind, art-directed spaces; from the custom design-centric elevator cabs that are Dutch-inspired to the small crafted and elevated details within the apartment corridors –the Dutch is truly in the details.”

Rendering of 64th Floor Sky Lounge at 19 Dutch (Credit: VISUALS for IF Studio)

Rendering of the main lounge at 19 Dutch (Credit: VISUALS for IF Studio)

Rendering of fitness club at 19 Dutch (Credit: VISUALS for IF Studio)

Rendering of ground floor entrance at 19 Dutch (Credit: VISUALS for IF Studio)

Rendering of lobby entrance at 19 Dutch (Credit: VISUALS for IF Studio)

“Our goal has been to deliver a building that stands apart from the rest and introduce a culturally-inspired community within,” said Melanie Flaherty, Vice President of Marketing at Carmel Partners, the developer of the project. “With its location, elevated design and lifestyle amenities, we’re delivering an edgy experience to renters who are looking for a refreshing and chic way of living in the excitement of the new Financial District.”

Pricing for residences starts in the low $3,000s, with Douglas Elliman Development Marketing serving as the exclusive leasing and marketing firm.

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4 Comments on "19 Dutch Launches Leasing & Interior Renderings Revealed, Financial District"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: Bow my head to renderings, so beautiful designs for showing.

  2. The outside looks like Space Invaders

  3. “Pricing for residences start in the low 3000s”? Give me a break!

  4. Marc Leslie Kagan | October 9, 2018 at 4:49 pm | Reply

    $3,000 per month hey that’s cheap like dirt that if the dirt came from planet Mars. Starting at perhaps $3,000 per month you would have make at least close to $110,000 per year. Sign me up, NOW!

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