This loft- like and airy studio offers over 700 sq feet of modern luxury living in the heart of the exciting Financial District. 12' ceilings set the stage for the floor to ceiling windows with electronically controlled shades that let in the glorious sunshine. The open layout features a streamlined and efficient kitchen with top of the line appliances including a Gaggenau cooktop, Miele dishwasher, and Leibherr refrigerator all seamlessly connected by a sleek Caesarstone countertop. The spa inspired marble bathroom offers a double vanity, abundant storage and luxurious shower. Thoughtfully designed, the residence features abundant closet space, a separate sleeping alcove that accommodates a queen bed, and the Bosch washer/dryer is discretely contained in a neat closet. Central a/c will keep you comfortable on hot summer days . All of this and a private storage unit for your exclusive use checks off all the boxes for easy Manhattan living.
Originally built in 1940 in the Art Moderne style, the building was converted to condominiums in 2007. The District at 111 Fulton Street is a full-service condominium offering an extraordinary living experience to its most discerning residents. The dramatic double height lobby designed by Andre Escobar is just the beginning of the 18,000 square feet of amenities including a fitness center that includes state of the art equipment, an indoor lap pool, spa Jacuzzi, cold plunge, steam bath and sauna. Relax, get some sun and enjoy the views from the 12,000 square foot roof deck that offers visitors chaise lounges and cabanas. Feeling like an indoor day? Take advantage of the elegant library lounge with its fireplace, a private screening room and billiard room. Other amenities include full time doormen/concierge, personal storage rooms, cold storage and convenient garage parking just across the street from the Ann Street entrance.
The Fulton Street/Seaport area is steeped in NYC history along with stunning views of the South Street Seaport, the iconic Brooklyn Bridge and some of the best restaurants in Manhattan. The Westfield Mall, Oculus and Brookfield Place are just a few blocks away and offer world class shopping. The Fulton Transit Center is just steps from the front door connecting you to numerous subway lines and connects to the World Trade Center, PATH, and Hudson River Ferries at at the World Financial Center.