Designed to perfection, this 1,314 square foot loft is functional, stylish and impressive. This extremely bright home faces south and consists of a proper master suite and a generously sized elevated home office, which seamlessly functions as a second bedroom, den, or office. All of ...
Designed to perfection, this 1,314 square foot loft is functional, stylish and impressive. This extremely bright home faces south and consists of a proper master suite and a generously sized elevated home office, which seamlessly functions as a second bedroom, den, or office. All of the functionality and scale of a true two bedroom, without the hefty price tag. The open and airy feel in this home can be attributed to its high ceilings and wide corridors. The large living/dining room faces south, and captures open sky views, and bright sunlight all day long. The master bedroom is spacious enough for king-sized furniture, and offers generous custom closet space, as well as other functional built-ins. The home office currently has a custom-built desk, shelving, and a sizable closet. The home has two full bathrooms styled in signature Philippe Starck design. For the inspired chef, the kitchen is finished with white quartz counters, Bosch cook-top and Verona oven, deep sink with disposal, and a Jenn-Air refrigerator with filtered drinking water. A standout in this home, is the entry alcove, which is currently being purposed as a massive in-home storage area but can easily be transformed to suit any needs. Other noteworthy features include: Gio Ponti wallpaper, motorized shades in the living room with retractable curtains, and rolling storage cabinets which when pulled out, reveal a large under-loft storage area. Lastly, the home is complete with washer and dryer.
15 Broad sits between Wall Street and Exchange Place, directly across from the NY Stock Exchange. The building previously served as headquarters to J.P. Morgan from its inception in 1914 and was converted in 2005 into the 382 unit, luxury condominium it is today. The exterior of the building is landmarked for its historical significance, while the interior was transformed by world renowned designer, Philippe Starck.
15 Broad offers a spectacular list of amenities (included in your common charges) which feature: 24-hr doorman and concierge; a full-scale gym with state-of-the-art equipment; lap-pool and hot-tub; yoga/dance/martial arts studio; court basketball; squash court; bowling alley; his and her locker rooms with sauna; lounge/party room; billiard and ping-pong tables; study; movie screening room; children's play room; study; and the 7th floor "Starck Park", a fully landscaped 5,000 sf. roof-park with sensational views of the NYSE; complete with reflecting pool, fireplace, dining tables, and lounge chairs, all for relaxation and entertaining.
15 Broad Street is located in the heart of the historical Financial District, in a neighborhood that has undergone a complete revitalization. The area is quickly becoming a hotspot for high end retail, culinary excellence and entertainment and is even more desirable thanks to its convenient access to transportation and beautiful parks. With a brand new Whole Foods joining the neighborhood soon and Eataly steps away, grocery shopping has taken on a whole new meaning. The beautiful Brookfield place is a short walk and is complete with Saks 5th Avenue and 100+ retailers ranging from Zara, Apple to higher-end Gucci, Burberry, and Hermes. The area is chock full of celebrity chef, and Michelin star restaurants, including Nobu, Jean George and Momofuku, and the Danny Meyer and James Kent restaurants respectively atop 28 Liberty St and 70 Pine St. Neighborhood classics add to the appeal, such as Delmonico's, Capital Grille and Bobby Van's and of course the charm of Stone Street. The South Street Seaport is just moments away, with great restaurants, an iPic movie theatre beautiful waterfront and 10 Corso Como.
NOTES: Convenient transportation lines include: J,Z,4,5,1,2,3,R, NJ Path train
Building has 421-G tax abatement
Pets welcome on a case by case basis