26 Beaver Street, apt 3 has been fully renovated and is ready for you to move in with your suitcases.
Currently used as a one bedroom apartment with 2 full bathrooms, this 2400+ square foot full-floor loft, with huge windows facing North and South, can easily be transformed into a two or three bedroom apartment depending on your needs.
The apartment is amazing for live/work and entertaining. The keyed elevator opens directly into the apartment. The chef's kitchen features a massive honed Carrara marble kitchen island with overhang for seating and high-end appliances such as a Smeg gas cooktop, Dacor wall oven, Miele vented hood, and Fisher & Paykel double drawer dishwasher.
The oversized bedroom can easily fit a king size bed and lots of furniture. Be prepared to be pampered and relaxed in the master bathroom featuring a MTI Elise soaking bathtub, standing marble tiled shower with a Hansgrohe rain showerhead, heated flooring and towel warmers. Plenty of closet and storage throughout and there is a fully-vented Asko washer/dryer tucked away in the bathroom. Other apartment features include the original hardwood flooring, triple-paned Pella windows, and motorized, blackout shades.
This magnificent home is located in a pre-war, boutique co-op that was originally the site of the historic Norton Lilly Shipping Company. The co-op permits 80% financing, pied--terre, sub-letting and is pet-friendly. There is a large private storage cage and bike hook that comes with this apartment in the basement. The video intercom and keyed elevator system ensure the utmost in safety and privacy. The super is on-site Monday through Friday for cleaning, maintenance, and distribution of packages. Central air conditioning is allowed by the co-op.
Enjoy living on one of Manhattan's most historic streets, Beaver Street, which was named to commemorate the beaver fur trade between Dutch settlers and Native Americans in 1600s New Amsterdam. Take pleasure in being a resident of the Financial District with convenience to the World Trade Center, Battery Park City, Brookfield Place, Stone Street, Tribeca, Chinatown, the new South Street Seaport, East River ferries and every major subway via the Fulton Street Subway Hub.