Leasing is now underway at Twenty Broad Street, a 29-story rental development designed by CetraRuddy Architecture. With full completion imminent, the apartments join an expanding list of new or converted residential buildings in the city’s evolving Financial District.
As a conversion and expansion of the former New York Stock Exchange Headquarters, the building, itself, represents the changing texture of the district from primarily business to a 24-hour “work, live, play” neighborhood.
The building’s 533 apartments are comprised of studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom layouts. Each residence is outfitted with stripped oak flooring, lofty 10-foot ceilings, oversize windows, and high-end appliances throughout. A select 75 units also offer spacious outdoor balconies.
Interiors throughout the remainder of the building are described art-deco inspired and include marble finishes, brass paneling, and sycamore bookshelves.
Amenities include a rooftop terrace, communal lounge areas, valet services, an outdoor movie theatre, a children’s playroom, a fitness center including a private yoga studio, event spaces, and more.
Metro Loft Development has partnered with Bold New York, the exclusive marketing and leasing agency for Twenty Broad Street where pricing begins at $2,455 for studio units.
“Twenty Broad Street presents a rare opportunity for the renter-by-choice to lease a well-designed residence with condo-style amenities and finishes, in what is widely considered to be one of the most desirable neighborhoods in New York City,” said Mitchell Wasser, Director of Marketing and Leasing at Metro Loft.
The New York-based development firm is also responsible for residential conversions at 180 water Street in the Financial District, and 443 Greenwich in TriBeCa.
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Please pardon me for using your space: Not become less strong on its beautiful. I mean to facade not wind.
I can’t believe how many stupid people with money are out there.
Haha, angry bridge and tunnel boy right there 🙂