An expansive full-floor loft nestled in the heart of the Financial District, this renovated 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom co-op blends modern luxury with classic city charm. A windowed office is ideal for the work-from-home lifestyle, while a series of thoughtful upgrades ensure a stress-free, move-in-ready space.
The home features new white oak hardwood floors with new subflooring, new recessed lighting, updated fixtures, and solid brass hardware, a stacked washer and vented dryer, custom blinds in all bedrooms, 17 oversized sash windows, direct elevator access, airy 10-ft ceilings, ample closet space, and a private basement-level storage unit. All walls have been freshly painted and the ceiling has been scraped and skim coated.
A key-locked elevator entrance spills into a welcoming foyer with marble floors and a pair of huge coat closets with built-in storage solutions. On one side of the foyer is a secluded home office with a new work surface and custom shelving. On the other side, the home flows into a massive open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen saturated with natural light. The kitchen is equipped with an eat-in breakfast bar, custom cabinets, sleek Cambria countertops, a patterned tile backsplash, and a suite of high-end GE Café appliances.
The primary bedroom has dual exposure, a custom walk-in closet with new carpeting and built-in storage, and a private en-suite bathroom with new tile work, a quartz double vanity, a step-in shower, and a separate soaking tub. The second and third bedrooms are spacious and bright with large closets. The windowed second bathroom has tiled floors, a stacked washer/dryer, and a step-in shower.
Beaver Tower is a prewar co-op with a prime Financial District address. The building has a full-time super and bicycle storage, and it is surrounded by historic landmarks and plenty of dining and shopping options. The Battery overlooks the Upper Bay and is just moments away, and South Street Seaport, Battery Park City, and Brookfield Place are all within walking distance as well as the upcoming Whole Foods. Public transportation options include the 1/2/3/4/5/R/W/J/Z subway lines and the NYC Ferry.