Situated along the intersection of Fulton Street and Dutch Street in Lower Manhattan, 19 Dutch ranks 24th on New York City’s list of the thirty tallest skyscrapers currently under construction. Standing 770 feet tall, the 63-story tower will have 483 rental units. The building was designed by New York’s GKV Architects, while SLCE served as the architect of record. Carmel Partners is the developer of the project. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is handling the leasing and marketing while interiors are being designed by Colum McCartan.
The building is easily seen looking from the Brooklyn Bridge and nearly blends in with the backdrop of the World Trade Center glass skyscrapers. Right now, the final panes of glass are going up along the northern facade while work on the ground floor is wrapping up sometime soon. Access to the building is along Dutch Street and will bring residents into a white marble clad lobby with high 19-foot ceilings and raised wood panelings.
Prices for the units start in the low $3,000s with renderings for the interiors released back in the summer and show a simple and clean design focusing on the expansive views of the Financial District and beyond. The most striking part of the building is the outdoor rooftop terrace that will come with firepits and lounging areas all on the 64th floor of the skyscraper. Residents can enjoy views of the World Trade Center, the Woolworth Building and City Hall Park, the Wall Street district and Midtown to the north thanks to its considerable height.
Other amenities that are coming to 19 Dutch include a main residential lounge, a full-serve fitness center, a party room, a demonstration kitchen, a business center and a library with a fireplace. Access to the subway is very easy for residents thanks to the Fulton Street subway station just across the street and the Oculus just a five minute walk to the west. A huge number of shopping and dining options are now present in the Financial District with Westfield World Trade Center and Brookfield Place being the two main hubs for locals and tourists.
19 Dutch is expected to be completed sometime in early 2019.