Upon entering unit 916 at the former home of the JP Morgan headquarters at 15 Broad Street, you'll be awed by the wide-open loft, maple hardwood floors and oversized windows with soaring twelve (12) foot ceilings. This open, flexible floor plan can be configured to accommodate your lifestyle with plenty of space to carve out a third bedroom, if you so choose.
Off to the right of the main entrance, you'll find a home office/bedroom, full bathroom and laundry room with stackable washer and dryer. Moving further into the apartment, there is a library, a wonderfully renovated open kitchen beckons, designed with an island and top-of-the line appliances, finishes and hardware. The 1,738 square feet of luxury space fosters an environment with a multitude of living, and dining options. Giant windows in the main room flood the space with natural light.
The king-size master bedroom boasts a renovated en-suite bathroom with a large soaking tub. The thoughtfully designed shower, enclosed in glass features Hansgrohe chrome hardware throughout, including multi-setting shower head and flex hose shower wand. Additionally, the shower features porcelain tiles, and built-in custom shelving.
Smartly designed custom storage abounds. From the bathroom's double vanity with custom-designed drawers with electric connection to spacious storage spaces, and large closets with sliding doors, extra storage has been thoughtfully considered. Custom designer lighting operated with remotes and dimmers set the mood for any occasion, glass chandeliers from Murano, Italy adorn the ceilings, electric blackout shades to escape your surrounds, and high-end renovations round out this luxury apartment.
15 Broad Street, aka Downtown by Philippe Starck provides residents an impressive list of white-glove amenities such as doorman, staff and concierge; dry cleaning, laundry and housekeeping services; swimming and reflecting pools; a fully-equipped fitness center; yoga/ballet room; basketball and squash courts; bowling alley; business center; sports lounge; recreation rooms; and an incredible 5,000 square foot roof terrace with views of The New York Stock Exchange. The luxury building has very low common charges and is under the 421G abatement program. Its prime location puts you amid a wealth of subway transportation and area conveniences.