Welcome to Residence 30A at The Beekman Residences a perfectly split 2 bedroom 2.5 bath home that offers spectacular sweeping views North over City Hall and East to the Brooklyn Bridge from floor to ceiling windows. Exceptional and open living and dining area with an adjacent eat-in kitchen includi...
Welcome to Residence 30A at The Beekman Residences a perfectly split 2 bedroom 2.5 bath home that offers spectacular sweeping views North over City Hall and East to the Brooklyn Bridge from floor to ceiling windows. Exceptional and open living and dining area with an adjacent eat-in kitchen including bar seating on an oversized Madreperola quartzite island. Wine refrigeration, deep refrigerator and vented gas range make this layout ideal for entertaining. The double exposure Master bedroom facing South and West enjoys great morning light and three large closets custom fit for hanging, shelving and drawers offering incredible storage. The 5 piece ensuite windowed Master Bath has a double vanity with abundant mirrored storage, a large soaking tub and separately enclosed toilet and shower. The 2nd bedroom with ensuite bath enjoys magnificent views uptown and to the Brooklyn Bridge. This home also includes a washer dryer and guest half bath powder room. All of the closets have been custom fitted and electric blackout and privacy shades have been installed throughout.
The Beekman Residences, a Thomas Juul-Hansen landmark enjoys the highest level of service. Full-time concierge, on-call housekeeping and turn down service, full access to spa and health club services, gym, lounge, catering kitchen and dining space adjacent to a wonderful common roof terrace, also in-room dining from both Tom Colicchio's Temple Court and Keith McNally's celebrated Augustine restaurant which are on site.
The Beekman Residences are placed in what has quickly become the center of the new Downtown with Tribeca immediately to the West, SoHo to the North, the Financial District to the South, Seaport to the East and two blocks to most all major subway lines. It doesn't get any better for dining, shopping and Living in New York City.