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CONVERTIBLE 2-BEDROOM & 2.5 BATHROOMS. Enter the foyer into the long gallery which unfolds into the living and dining areas. The open kitchen is great for gatherings and entertaining, and has stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and many wood cabinets. The triple exposure living area has great views of streetscapes, architecturally significant buildings, and Zuccotti Park. Through 14 oversized loft windows, enjoy sunlight in all directions. The 2.5 bathrooms have limestone and chrome hardware: There is a central hallway guest bathroom, 2nd full bathroom with a shower and storage closet, and main ensuite bathroom with a combination shower and deep soaking bathtub. Storage options include 5 hallway closets, and main bedroom double wide closet. Where you can create a 2nd bedroom (see floorplan), there is a built-in closet system with a Murphy bed. Overall apartment features include custom designed recessed lighting, limestone flooring, ceiling heights up to 9'6", and a washer and dryer. The maintenance is over 60% tax deductible, and includes gas, water, and radiator 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).
Designed by Henry Ives Cobb, Liberty Tower was upon its completion in 1910 "one of only a handful of skyscrapers," according to The New York Times. "Its striking Gothic style, the centuries-old inspiration for cathedral spires that reach into the sky to approach the divine, is central to the tower's romantic appeal," and the terra-cotta faade is richly adorned with birds, alligators, flowers and gargoyles. Designated a city landmark in 1982 and added the following year to the National Register of Historic Places, the building also received a preservation award from the New York Landmarks Conservancy in 2010.
Neighborhood amenities include dining and shopping at the Oculus, Eataly, Brookfield Place and the new Seaport. Whole Foods FiDi is coming. Many subway lines at the Fulton Center and the WTC Path station are moments away.