Greenwich Club is a unique condo conversion where you can get great values and nice finishes in this sought-after location of Manhattan.
For whatever reason, there are always many units for sale and rent, which tends to limit property values.
Choices, choices, choices. Each condo in the Greenwich Club is designed with one of three interior choices: Hudson, The Exchange, and The Greenwich. “”Hudson” units are outfitted with Siberian and Italian Vanilla marble countertops, teak kitchen cabinets, and Mayorca limestone flooring in the bathrooms. “The Exchange” residences feature American walnut kitchens, Mont Blanc glass kitchen counters, and Himalayan Silk marble countertops with Basalto di Pompeii lava stone floors. “The Greenwich” style has Pietra Carnico lava stone countertops, Mont Blanc glass composite countertops and Sierra Negra lava stone floors in the baths, and white oak kitchen cabinetry. Every bathroom is equipped with Kohler soaking tubs and overhead rain showers, and kitchens have Sub-Zero, Fisher & Paykel, and Viking appliances. For extra convenience, in-wall iPod ports are connected to speakers in the ceilings of the kitchens and bathrooms.
This Art Deco beauty was originally built in 1929, and rises 37 stories into the sky. It was updated in 2007 to become the luxury living space it is today. Views of the city and river are available in some units, or from the landscaped rooftop deck. Other amenities include a gym and yoga facility, business center, billiards lounge, live-in super, and a full-time doorman.
The Financial District is a top destination for stores, restaurants, and attractions. Some of the many shopping options in the neighborhood include Whole Foods, Variety Market, Tiffany’s, Hermes, and the South Street Seaport, with its many retail venues. The Greenwich Club is close to major subway lines, which makes commuting easy.