71 Broadway is one of the most gorgeous historical buildings in the Financial District. Originally built as an office building in the 1890s the property is a designated NYC landmark and also appears on the National Register of Historic Places thanks to its stunning classical revival architecture. The building was converted to luxury rentals in 1998, so it’s one of the older conversions in the neighborhood, but the rental apartments have been recently updated and renovated.
Residences at 71 Broadway feature high-end finishes including stainless steel kitchens, dramatic 11 to 14-foot ceilings, crown molding, and walk-in-closets in many units. Many apartments, particularly those that face north, and to a lesser extent those that face east and west, also get great natural light thanks to the building's location next to Trinity church, on the corner of Broadway and Rector streets.
71 Broadway is also well-equipped with a range of amenities that include a state of the art fitness center, tenant lounge with gaming tables, and a landscaped rooftop sundeck with barbecue grills and patio furniture. There are also several on-site shops, including a Bean n Bean coffee shop in the lobby. To top everything off, the building is centrally located in the heart of the Financial District, just walking distance from the waterfront esplanade, the lively bars, and restaurants on Stone Street, and even neighboring Battery Park City and Tribeca.
As with other centrally located properties in the Financial District commuting will be a breeze thanks to the building's location near 12 subway lines- the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, E, J, Z, W, and R trains are all close by. Read more