Welcome to Cipriani Club Residence A classic Beaux-Arts masterpiece, 55 Wall Street was designed by Isaiah Rogers and doubled in size by McKim, Mead and White, architects of New York's most cherished landmarks.
The apartment comes fully furnished with modern sleek furnishings. The bathroom has a huge soaking tub, separate shower stall with a marble sitting rest, the toilet is nicely situated for privacy as you share the bathroom with your loved-one.
This all-star marble bathroom is topped off with a flat panel TV for your viewing pleasure.
As you enter this 5-star hotel-style amenity condo, you are greeted by a doorman that will direct you toward the renovated antique elevators to enter your residence or to the concierge desk for assistance.As an owner of this luxurious apartment, you will enjoy astonishing amenities at an additional cost of $1,000 per year, which include:
Barber shop, fitness center, spa, roof deck garden, butler services, and many other special touches.Along with great style comes great shopping and convenience.
The Cipriani Residence is centrally located near Tiffany, Hermes, Pink, and BMW. In addition, within two blocks you can walk to one of the greatest steak houses in New York, Harry's on Hanover.The Cipriani Residence building dates back to 1842 with an astonishing history.
Prior to becoming a residence building, 55 Wall Street was home to the Merchants Exchange, The Untied States Custom Service, and The National City Bank (today's Citibank).
This building was designed by a Boston architect, Isaiah Rogers, who masterfully designed the building in the Greek revival style that was the height of fashion at the time it was constructed in 1842.The building was made of granite which was sent over by ships from Quincy, Massachusetts. The huge columns that tower over Wall Street were each carved from massive block stones instead of smaller stones pieced together.The enormous central trading hall, still the buildings most impressive feature, was opulently designed and is surmounted by a vast dome and not a sliver of wood was used during the construction.