If you want to live in a building that is filled with history, 15 Park Row is a great option. This Beaux-Arts property, which is also known as the Park Row Building, is a NYC landmark. The property is also on the U. S. National Register of Historic Places as it was the tallest building in the world from 1899 until 1908. Ironically, the building is now left in the shadows of its taller neighbors, so finding an apartment with views is a challenge. You may also know the building as the former home of the J&R music electronics store.
The residences at 15 Park Row come in a variety of different layouts and styles. As the building is older, some apartments can feel quite cramped as useable space isn’t always maximized. The finishes also vary throughout the building as half of the units are newly renovated, but others are older and definitely show their age. The newly renovated apartments feature oak floors and contemporary kitchens with Caesarstone countertops and stainless steel appliances.
There are a handful of new amenities available to residents of 15 Park Row. They include a resident's lounge, children’s playroom, and a well-equipped fitness center with cardio and strength training machines.
15 Park Row is well situated at the intersection of the Financial District and Tribeca. The property, which overlooks City Hall Park, is near everything both neighborhoods have to offer. The Oculus shopping mall, Brookfield Place, Fulton Center, and South Street Seaport District are all nearby, as are Tribeca’s many world-class art galleries, restaurants, and boutiques. There are also plenty of public transportation options as the A, C, W, J, Z, R, W, 2, 3, 4, and 5 subways are all nearby, as is the Path, at the World Trade Center.Read more