Welcome to the District at 111 Fulton Street - one of Downtown's premier full-service condominiums in the booming Financial District. This oversized loft-like studio is flooded with sunshine coming through large south facing tilt-and-turn windows, it boasts soaring 12-foot ceilings; sleek open-kitchen layout with Miele chef's appliances, Caesar stone countertops and Liebherr refrigerator/freezer. The generous living space can easily accommodate a sleeping area, a full living room set and dining table or desk. The elegant bathroom has dual sinks and a walk-in shower. There is an in-unit Bosch washer/dryer, ample built-in closet space and a huge STORAGE UNIT INCLUDED with the purchase of this apartment.
The District possesses a dramatic double-height Andre Escobar-designed lobby, and incredible 18,000 square feet of amenities. Work out, swim or indulge in the fully equipped fitness center complete with an indoor lap pool, 16-jet spa Jacuzzi, cold plunge, steam bath and sauna, state-of-the-art equipment and an exercise room. Relax, soak up the sun and take in the stunning downtown views on the spectacular 12,000-square-foot roof deck that offers chaise lounges and cabanas. There is also an elegant library lounge with a fireplace, a private screening room and billiards room for quiet time or entertainment. Other amenities include 24/7 doorman/concierge service, individual storage rooms, cold storage, and convenient parking garage available directly across from the Ann Street entrance.
You will be surrounded by some of the best dining and entertainment experiences that NYC has to offer, including Nobu, Manahatta, The Temple Court Restaurant, The Beekman Hotel, Augustine, The Fulton, South Street Seaport, Eataly, WTC, Brookfield, iPic Movie Theater and too many more to name here. Shopping meccas including Westfield Mall in the Oculus and Brookfield Place are only a few blocks away. A second Whole Foods and Alamo Draft House are planned to open in the neighborhood this year! The District is in close proximity to the Fulton Street Transit Hub with direct access to several subway lines. The Transit Hub connects to the World Trade Center, PATH, and Hudson River Ferries at the World Financial Center.