Built from 1929 to 1930 and designed by Alexander Zamshnick and Lafayette A. Goldstone, 88 Greenwich Street is a handsome art-deco tower in the western part of the Financial District, near its border with Battery Park City. The property, which is also known as the Greenwich Club, is on the National Register of Historic Places, and formerly served as an office building before being entirely and renovated to luxury condos in 2007.
Residences at 88 Greenwich Street feature loft-like layouts with large living rooms and high ceilings. Interiors depend on the renovation. Still, the vast majority of condos are well-appointed with high-end finishes that include hardwood floors, modern bathrooms with soaking tubs, and elegant kitchens with custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances by Sub-Zero and Viking. Some of the most spectacular apartments at 88 Greenwich Street are the high-floor units that face south and west as they offer stunning views of the Hudson River and Statue of Liberty.
88 Greenwich Street has plenty of on-site amenities for residents to enjoy. Highlights include a 24th-floor resident’s lounge and a landscaped roof deck with stunning vistas of New York Harbor and the NYC skyline. There’s also a gym with the latest strength training and cardio equipment, a yoga room, a billiards room, a library, a business center, and a bike room.
The building’s location, at the crossroads of the Financial District and Battery Park City, is another perk as it offers residents access to the best of both neighborhoods. Whether you’re looking for verdant green space or world-class shopping and dining, it’s all close to home. The BPC Esplanade, Brookfield Place, Oculus Mall, South Street Seaport, Wall Street, and Fulton Center are all within walking distance of 88 Greenwich Street. Read more
88 Greenwich Street Amenities