Designed by architect Cass Gilbert, who also designed the Woolworth Building, 90 West Street is an impressive property that has been designated a NYC Landmark. The historic building was damaged on 9/11 when the nearby South Tower of the World Trade Center collapsed and was renovated and converted to luxury residential apartments beginning in 2005. The renovation was completed in 2007, precisely 100 years after it was initially completed.
The residences at 90 West Street feature sleek and modern interiors, but at times do remind you that this is a pre-war building that has been converted. Apartments don’t always make the best use of space and can feel cramped at times. Bedrooms, in particular, are fairly small, especially compared to other luxury buildings in the neighborhood. That being said, the interiors feature high-end finishes, including high ceilings (up to 16-feet high in some units), bamboo floors, and stylish kitchens with custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and stone countertops. Select apartments also feature in-unit washer and dryers.
90 West Street offers an array of amenities that are meant to complement and enhance your lifestyle. There are numerous social spaces, including a landscaped terrace, resident’s lounge with big-screen TVs, and a private dining room with a chef’s demonstration kitchen. The building also has a well-equipped fitness center with free weights, cardio machines, and strength training machines.
One of the best things about living at 90 West is the location. You’re at the crossroads of the Financial District, Battery Park City, and Tribeca, giving you access to the best of all three neighborhoods. From the Financial District's many landmarks to the Fulton Center, Oculus, and Brookfield Place malls to the picturesque Battery Park City Esplanade to the world-class restaurants and art galleries of Tribeca, the best of NYC is at your fingertips. Read more