WELL RUN, FULL SERVICE, WHITE GLOVE FINANCIAL DISTRICT COOPERATIVE
28TH FLOOR LOFT HOME - DIRECT WESTERN SUNLIGHT IN ALL ROOMS. Enter the central foyer and to the left is the open eat-in kitchen with the long entertaining peninsula, a Viking professional double oven range with a 6 burner gas cook-top and grill, and a bonus dining nook. The large double exposure corner living area (27'2" X 16'2") has 7 windows (12 throughout entire apartment), which allow for great direct afternoon sunlight. From the long gallery hallway, there is access to the sunny western facing 3 bedrooms; including the ensuite master bedroom (15'5" x 14'7") at the end of the hallway. The spacious bathrooms include; the master bathroom with a deep soaking bathtub and the hallway bathroom with a walk-in steam shower and space for a cabinet. Among several storage options are a coat closet, linen closet, double master bedroom closets, and a huge suburban style walk-in utility room with a full size side-by-side washer and dryer. This fine home has a central air conditioning system, radiator heat, and the building is wired for FIOS. The maintenance is over 60% tax deductible, and includes gas, water, and heat, and there is a live-in superintendent, 24 hour friendly and efficient doormen and porters. For the convenience of loading and unloading your car, there is a side entrance to the building on Liberty Place. The building is zoned for district 2, Spruce Street School (PS 397, pre-k through 8th grade).
Liberty Tower is one of New York's original skyscrapers; this historic 1909 high-rise has a striking terracotta facade and intricate sculptures of lions, falcons, and gargoyles. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's law office was one of its first commercial tenants. The building's well maintained facade is the recipient of the Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award from the New York Landmarks Conservancy.
New neighborhood amenities include wonderful dining and shopping at the redesigned Seaport, Brookfield Place, the Oculus, Eataly, and Whole Foods FiDi is coming. Most all subway transportation lines converge nearby at the new PATH and Fulton Street stations.