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55 Wall St. 730, New York, NY 10005

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$1,400,000 Price
Condo Property Type
Financial District Neighborhood
2 Beds
2 Baths
1,672 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$3,144 Maint/CC
$2,769 RET
Key Features:
Rooftop Access
Unit Balcony
Unit Laundry

55 Wall Street Residence 730 is the perfect opportunity to own a home with a rich history in a Classical Beaux-Arts masterpiece on the world's most famous street. In the Cipriani Club condominium, this rare two-bedroom, two-bath corner home has a stunning modern-renaissance feel blended with sophisticated 21st-century interior design elements. Measuring 1,672sf (155sqm) this split two-bedroom layout has 17 oversized windows with all the rooms facing Wall Street, and from the windows showcase all five of the Corinthian columns ornate details on the facade of the building.
As you enter the impressive apartment, there are two generous-sized closets on each side of the foyer. Stepping further in, experience the open concept living and dining room, kitchen, and a small alcove perfect to situate a home-office desk. The gracious island counter and kitchen top are finished with black granite, complete with stainless steel appliances, and plentiful storage.
The elegant primary bedroom suite has five oversized windows with north and east exposures, measures over 220sf (20 sqm) easily fits an Alaskan-size king bed, and has two deep closets. The palatial ensuite bathroom is outfitted with a deep-soaking tub and a separate shower stall, lime and malachite marble, and crown molding. There is a separate dressing table opposite the sink counter with mirrors, both are richly wrapped with dark wood with inlaid designer light fixtures.
The secondary bedroom on the other end of the apartment easily fits a queen-size bed and has two deep closets. Just outside the bedroom is the secondary bathroom also has a deep-soaking tub and a separate shower stall with dark wood, lime and malachite marble finishes. There is an in-unit washer-dryer and wood flooring. The crown and base moldings, and recessed lightings throughout demonstrate the attention to details of the interior design in this home.
The lifestyle at the Cipriani Club Residences 55 Wall Street is a one-of-a-kind hotel-like offering. The white-glove condominium features a 24-hour front desk and doorman, concierge service, a bi-level fitness center, and a landscaped roof deck. Housekeeping service is available at an additional cost. There is a Cipriani own restaurant only an elevator ride away, where in-room dining service can be ordered, or you can dine in the beautiful main room or have an al fresco on the balcony that overlooks Wall Street.
Own a part of the masterpiece at the Cipriani Club Residences at 55 Wall Street condominium that was an epicenter for trading and prestigious financial institutions for over a century. The original lower floor structure with 12 Ionic columns was built in 1836, the upper floors and the 12 Corinthian columns stacked were added in 1907. The design was derived from ancient Greek and Roman architecture. Through a separate entrance, is the renowned Cipriani ballroom an events venue designed with a 60-foot high central dome and the exterior of the top can be viewed from the interior courtyard in the hallways. There are multiple rooms spread out on different levels such as a library, business center, barbershop, billiards room, wine tasting vault, and media screening theater. What was once the Regent Wall Street Hotel has now been converted to the existing condominium that was completed in 2005.
Luxury retailers such as Tiffany and Hermes, Reserve Cut and Bobby Van's Grill restaurants are a couple of minutes away, and the long-awaited Whole Foods Market is opening soon on Broadway. A New York landmark, Cipriani Wall Street served as home to the New York Merchants Exchange, New York Stock Exchange, United States Customs House, and National City Bank headquarters. Designed by Isaiah Rogers and doubled in size by McKim, Mead & White, architects of New York's most cherished landmarks, such as the Pierpont Morgan Library, The Harvard Club, and The University Club. Credit: Miljan Suknovic (artwork above the island counter).

Listing courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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