It’s rare for a prewar rental building to generate a lot of buzz and excitement, especially in the Financial District, but that is just what 63 Wall Street has been doing in recent years thanks to a new renovation to its amenity spaces and apartments. The property was initially converted to rentals in 2002 and had lost some of its luster, but it’s hard to ignore now thanks to a significant renovation. The apartments at 63 Wall and neighboring 67 Wall Street have been upgraded as have the property's shared common areas, which include a variety of unique amenities and even feature a stunning speakeasy bar.
All of the residences at 63 Wall Street have been upgraded with luxurious finishes and fixtures. Some highlights include gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances and beautiful tile backsplashes, elegant marble bathrooms with rainfall showers, and high ceilings. Select apartments also feature in-home washers and dryers. There is something for everyone in the building which has dozens of different layouts. The residences range from studios and studio + home office units all the way up to spacious three-bedroom apartments.
The main attraction at 63 Wall Street is the seemingly endless amenity package. There’s a 10,000 square foot resident lounge that features a speakeasy, three-level state of the art fitness center, golf simulator, library, children’s playroom, business center, on-site garage, and a second sky lounge and roof terrace with barbecue grills. As if that wasn’t enough, there are also numerous on-site shops, and the building is in the heart of the neighborhood, providing easy access to the best shopping and dining the Financial District has to offer. This central location also makes commuting anywhere in the city simple as the building is located within walking distance of all of the neighborhood's many subway lines. Read more