75 Wall Street is in the burgeoning up-and-coming area of Downtown Manhattan. With the opening of the Oculus and transportation hub, this property is now highly sought after.
The building boasts too many units on the market at any one time for sale and rent, which makes it difficult for any homeowner to realize the built-in value.
75 Wall Street is a new development conversion from an office tower to a combination hotel / condominium. Units at the property enjoy 10 foot high ceilings and 360 degree views of Manhattan on the upper floors. Open plan kitchens with glass tiled backsplashes and stunning lacquer cabinets, and baths with white marble walls highlight each apartment. Penthouses have terraces, fireplaces, and built-in library shelves to offer a special touch to the expansive homes.
The red brick edifice rises 42 stories, and has 346 condos on its top 24 floors, above the Hyatt-managed Andaz Wall Street hotel. Residents receive the added luxury of access to all of the hotel’s amenities, including room service, housekeeping, laundry service, valet parking, catering, a concierge, and a fitness club. A rooftop lounge with an indoor/outdoor fireplace, as well as a solarium is also available to enjoy.
As if all those amenities weren’t enough, the building is located in the center of the Financial District, with access to some of the best shopping in the city at Brookfield Place and the relatively new Oculus shops, including stores like Hermes and Burberry, to name a few, and restaurants like Nobu, Blue Smoke, and Eataly. Getting to the rest of Manhattan and Brooklyn is simple with direct access to multiple subway lines, West Street and the FDR.