The luxury condominium at 40 Broad Street is also known as The Setai NYC or Setai Wall Street thanks to the building's location next to the New York Stock Exchange. The property was initially built in the 1980s as offices but was converted to luxury condos in 2008. At the time, the apartments here were the most luxurious in the Financial District, but the neighborhood has taken off since then, attracting more new residents and along with them, many new uber-luxury developments to compete with the building.
The residences at 40 Broad Street are the epitome of New York City luxury. They are equipped with high-end finishes including high ceilings, Brazilian walnut floors, spacious closets, floor-to-ceiling windows, and in-home washer and dryers. The kitchens are elegantly designed with custom cabinetry, black granite countertops, and premium appliances from Sub-Zero and Miele with integrated wood paneling. The spa-like bathrooms are also impeccably designed and feature double vanities and soaking tubs.
40 Broad Street residents benefit from the comfort of having access to an unparalleled collection of amenities. There are over 44,000 square feet of amenity space that include a state-of-the-art fitness center, a resident’s lounge with billiards and ping pong tables, a wine cellar, and a beautifully landscaped roof deck with lounge seating and endless vistas.
If you’re looking for a NYC investment property, the building is an excellent choice thanks to its desirable location and apartments, which command high rents.
The property is steps away from the best the area has to offer, including Whole Foods, Pier 17, Eataly, Stone Street, the Battery Park City Esplanade, the South Street Seaport District, the Oculus Mall, and Brookfield Place. Virtually every major subway line is within walking distance of the building as well with the A, C, E, J, Z, R, 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains all stopping nearby. Read more
40 Broad Street Amenities