3 Hanover Square, 5H


3 Hanover Square, 5H
Neighborhood: Lower Manhattan
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Apartment 5-H reveals a modern spin within a pre-war classic: a spacious (approx. 950 sf), fully renovated one-bedroom home. The open kitchen is stocked with stainless steel appliances, loads of cabinet space, deep-black granite floors that match the countertop and a great breakfast bar. The uniquely shaped master bedroom is generously sized, with an equally generous double-wide closet. The bathroom is all marble and the numerous closets throughout the apartment have been gut-renovated for maximum storage. The hardwood floors have also been replaced and are ebony stained. Adding to all this is a very thoughtfully designed live/work area, enclosed by sliding frosted-glass doors; the space can be used just as easily for a home office as for a nursery or a walk-in closet - the choice is yours. The ceilings, already nine feet high, can be made even higher by removing the drop ceiling to reveal their beamed, 12-foot true height. Once upon a time, 3 Hanover Square was home to the New York Cotton Exchange. Today it holds the distinction of being the first building in the Financial District - now widely recognized a residential neighborhood - to be converted into a cooperative. The full-service building is pet friendly and includes a full-time resident superintendent, a common storage area and laundry rooms on every third floor. Many subways are just a short walk away, as is South Street Seaport, the East River Walk, the Battery Park Esplanade, historic Stone Street - with its own Restaurant Row and a beautifully landscaped garden park opposite the main entrance. Pre-war elegance, modern finishes, spacious layouts, many amenities and a convenient location. It's all here.


  • Price $565,000
  • TypeCo-op
  • Bed1
  • Bath1
  • Maint. $1,339
  • Approx SF950 SF