Welcome to this rarely-available, high-floor 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom corner unit at 15 Broad Street. On the coveted 10-line, this sophisticated, recently updated home boasts over 2,200 square feet of beautifully decorated space. The open northern and western exposures give lovely, sun-drenched light to the home, as well as amazing, unobstructed views of the city. Greet your guests in the entry foyer and gallery, which leads to a new European chef's kitchen with a 5-burner Wolf cooktop and oven. The corner living/dining room is over 26' by 25' feet of entertaining space wrapped by oversized windows overlooking the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Hall. Off the foyer, you'll find the primary bedroom with en suite bathroom and enormous walk-in closet. Two additional bedrooms and full bathrooms complete the space, all with pristine finishes and California closets throughout. If more storage is necessary, there are two additional storage units available. Downtown by Phillippe Starck is a luxury residence in the heart of the financial district. Completed in 1928, the building was the former home for the headquarters of J.P Morgan & Co. In 2005 it was converted into a condominium designed by the renowned creator Philippe Starck. Designated a landmark building by the City of New York for its historical significance, 15 Broad Street was the first luxury high-rise condominium on the block, and a precursor to the transformation of the Financial District. The building boasts an array of impressive white-glove amenities including a doorman/concierge, in-house housekeeping, dry cleaning and laundry services, a huge, fully-equipped fitness center, swimming pool, whirlpool and sauna, yoga/ballet room, basketball and squash courts, bowling alley, business center, and children's playroom. The 5000-square-foot roof terrace offers spectacular views of The New York Stock Exchange, outdoor fireplace, reflecting pool, ping-pong table, and access to a chic event space with a pool table and full kitchen. Right in the center of the revitalized Financial District, 15 Broad Street is just an elevator ride from high-end retailers like Herm s and Tiffany, and a short walk to the Oculus at Westfield World Trade Center - home to Italian food mecca Eataly - and Brookfield Place where you'll find Gucci, Bottega Veneta, and Louis Vuitton. Foodies will be in heaven surrounded by culinary destinations like Michelin-starred The Fulton by Jean-Georges, David Chang's Momofuku Ssam, the Italian chop house Carne Mare by Chef Andrew Carmellini, Danny Meyer's Manhatta, Michelin-starred Crown Shy and the stunning SAGA, both from Chef James Kent, and the World's Best Bar, cocktail destination Dead Rabbit. Or stroll over to historic Stone Street to drink and dine outdoors at one of its 15 restaurants. To the east, you'll enjoy the ever-expanding South Street Seaport and East River promenade and bikeway. Green spaces and views of the Statue of Liberty are directly to the south in Battery Park. Convenience? The J, Z, 4, 5, 1, 2, 3, R, W and NJ Path are steps away from 15 Broad allowing you to get anywhere in the city in minutes.