100 Maiden Lane is your fairly typical Financial District residential apartment building. Converted from offices to rentals in 2005 the building isn’t entirely as new as some of its neighbors and might feel a bit dated when compared to some of the more modern buildings in the neighborhood, but this is also reflected in 100 Maiden Lane’s prices as rentals are generally amongst the most attractively priced in the area. The building is located in the heart of the neighborhood, just steps from the Federal Reserve, and within walking distance to the South Street Seaport, Stone Street, Battery Park City, and even Tribeca giving residents access to the best the area has to offer. There are also multiple subway lines nearby, including the 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, J, Z, N, and R, making commuting to anywhere in New York City a breeze.
Apartments in the building are well appointed and feature stainless steel kitchens, porcelain baths, and 9 to 12-foot ceilings. Select homes also feature large private terraces. The building has an array of amenities, the most unique of which is the 100-foot skylight atrium. Other highlights include a 2,500 square foot landscaped rooftop sundeck with lounge furniture and tables, duplex resident lounge, and a modern fitness center equipped with cardio equipment, strength training machines, free weights, and aerobic space. The property also has an on-site garage. Pets are welcomed at 100 Maiden Lane so your four-legged friends will feel right at home. Read more
100 Maiden Lane Amenities