In the last 15 years, more than 4,000 apartments have been carved out of beautiful pre-war office buildings and newer glass and steel towers transforming an area that once bustled during the day and sat silent at night into a growing residential community as well as an important economic hub. Home of city government and the New York Stock Exchange, recent availability of rental apartments provide excellent housing opportunities for anyone who wants to live close to the municipal and financial center of the city or be part of the expanding community and night life scene.
Jakobson Properties converted a printing plant at 110 Greenwich St into rental apartments in the heart of the financial district, just 1 block north of Rector St. and 2 blocks from Battery Park. At 110 Greenwich you will find spacious loft apartments with 14-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, large windows, custom kitchens, tile baths, and track lighting plus limited availability of fireplaces and private roof decks. The property has a public roof deck, laundry facility and video surveillance security system.
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