Located at 25 Broad Street and also known as the Broad Exchange Building, is one of the most impressive condos in the Financial District. The property, which is steps from the New York Stock Exchange, is a NYC landmark with a long and storied history. It was the largest office building in Manhattan upon its completion in 1900 and has been converted to luxury apartments in recent years, first as a rental building, and then further renovated and upgraded to condos.
The residences at 25 Broad Street are spaciously laid out and beautifully designed. Highlights include soaring ceilings up to 13 and a half feet in height, wide-plank hardwood flooring, and in-home washer and dryers in every home. The gourmet kitchens feature custom cabinetry by Poliform, Caesarstone countertops, and built-in and integrated appliances by Bosch, Liebherr, and Miele. Apartments also feature elegant marble with porcelain bathrooms, deep-soaking tubs, and his and hers vanities. Select homes even have walk-in closets and large private terraces.
From the moment you step foot in 25 Broad Street’s historic marble lobby that harkens back to the gilded age, you know you’re in for a treat, and the property’s amenities have been conceived with your comfort in mind. There’s a beautifully landscaped rooftop terrace with lounge furniture, BBQ grills, and an outdoor kitchen that is perfect for socializing. Then there’s the resident lounge with big-screen smart TV, game room, multi-sports simulator, and the state-of-the-art gym with free weights, weight training, and cardio equipment, and a yoga room. The property also has an on-site dog-grooming spa.
What does it cost to live at 25 Broad Street?
One-bedroom condos are priced from around $850,000 up to about $1,100,000, while two-bedroom apartments start around $1.25 Million and go up to around $2 Million. Penthouses with private terraces and larger three bedrooms are significantly more expensive.Read more
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