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5 Beekman Street
Condo in Fulton/Seaport •  building info
2bd • 2.5ba • 1,625 ft² $1,938 per ft²
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$3,087,000

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$3,150,000

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Description
Welcome to the world-class Beekman Residences designed by Architectural Digest top 100 designer Thomas Juul-Hansen. The North and West views in this spectacular apartment are simply unmatched. Bright and natural exposures flood the apartment in a stunningly designed 2 bedroom and 2.5 bathroom apartment with floor to ceiling windows, remote operated blackout and sun blinds are included. Luxurious finishing touches that include a solid mahogany front door, thermo-heated oak floors, and marble/limestone bathrooms complete the space. This home is fully equipped with smart home technology! Indulge yourself with an open living/dining room that provides a breakfast bar and a master suite with ample closet space and a windowed-bathroom with separate shower stalls to top it off. The Beekman Residences showcases an array of amenities for residents including an expansive rooftop terrace with barbecue grills, a trellised lounge and dining area, a private dining room with chef's table and catering kitchen, media room with wet bar and a two story state-of-the-art fitness center with personal training services reserved through the concierge. A direct elevator ride or phone call away are the exclusive services offered by the award-winning Beekman Hotel; in-residence dining and priority reservations for Tom Colicchio's restaurant Temple Court, housekeeping, spa appointments and fresh flower delivery. The building is conveniently located steps from Fulton Center with access to almost every subway line in the city in addition to the World Trade Center transportation hub with PATH train access at the Oculus indoor mall.

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