Articles on Financial District Condos

New Developments Coming to FiDi

 

The city is everchanging. You can always expect to hear plans of new developments in any given neighborhood. New York has some of the nation's oldest buildings, while the newer ones are preparing to make history. Check out the top five residential buildings coming soon to the Financial District:

The Top 5 Most Anticipated Residential Buildings in Lower Manhattan

The Cast Iron House, reimagined by Shigeru Ban, places two, white metal penthouses atop a cast iron building that’s exemplary of its Tribeca neighborhood.  Though the nuances between the two forms are distinct, the merging makes for a cohesive unit, with a proper synchronicity of rhythm in design.  Each of the penthouses makes use of a Vierendeel truss, which enable the glass walls on their bottom levels to open up to the open air, playing with the idea of living space, and smudging the demarcation between the interior with the terrace outside.

World Financial Center Revamp Underway

World Financial Center Marketplace to be run by Peter Poulakakos

There was a time when the Financial District was just known for its bulls and bears—today, however, the neighborhood is making a name for itself as a very desirable residential location as well. The area is home to several great luxury condos, and residents here get to enjoy a neighborhood that’s filled with fantastic restaurants, cutting-edge bars, great cafés and more. Now, foodies in the Financial District will soon be having a new place to converge at—the 30,000 square foot marketplace at the World Financial Center.

Best Coffee Shops in the Financial District

Tired of the coffee brews you are getting at places like Dunkin’ Donuts and Starbucks in the Financial District? Well then, you’re in luck: step away from those chain stores and check out our list of the best coffee shops in the neighborhood!! Sure, these cafés won’t be found on every block, but rest assured that visiting these shops will give you a truly rewarding caffeine experience.

Best Spots in the Financial District to Watch The Super Bowl

Best spots in the Financial District to watch the Super Bowl

It’s only Friday, but the question uppermost on everyone’s minds today is: “Where are we going to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday?” After all, the annual championship game of the National Football League is more than just an exciting sports match—it’s a time to get together with friends and family, have some great food and drink, and, well, just have some fun!! As the Financial District is our Neighborhood of the Month, we have picked up some great Downtown Manhattan spots where you catch all the splendor of Super Bowl XLVII and have a rocking good time:

The Novel Approach: Authors and Realtors Join Forces in Marketing Events

Realtors are using author readings during showings of manhattan apartmentsIn the ever-evolving Manhattan real estate market, traditional open houses are becoming archaic. Some realtors have found innovative ways to subliminally advertise their listings to New Yorkers who are unaware of what the city’s busiest borough has to offer. The most popular of these marketing events are book readings by famous authors. These events provide realtors with a fresh perspective on how to market their listings.

The Civic Center is Waking Up

Civic Center in Lower Manhattan

Lower Manhattan is continuing to birth new projects, adding to the culture and style that is already present in this area. Civic center, is near City Hall, the neighborhood north of the Financial District, and it has been attracting a lot of attention lately from people excited about what’s happening in Lower Manhattan. Civic Center is known for its quiet yet charming traits. This sleepy area has been brought to life with all of the new developments that are emerging, including retail which is sure to follow. The entrance to Civic Center is near the Brooklyn Bridge, making it easy to commute from one borough to the next.

In Demand: A Home Address in the Financial District

The financial district is quickly becoming a neighborhood with residential demand

One of the most bustling neighborhoods in New York City, the Financial District has long been a hub for all things business. With the New York Stock Exchange and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York both located in this neighborhood, and add to that the chaotic yet vital hubbub that resounds out of Wall Street, it is not really hard to understand why this neighborhood is so important for financial institutions. However, while the neighborhood may be synonymous with the bulls and the bears that run the city, the Financial District is now being increasingly known for another topic altogether: luxury real estate. The charm, elegance and the many landmarks in the Financial District has made it a very desirable place to live in New York City.

Luxury Condos Coming Soon to the Woolworth Building

Luxury Condos are on the way to the iconic Woolworth BuildingThe Woolworth Building, much like the Empire State Building or the Chrysler Building, has been one of the most iconic buildings dotting the New York City skyline. While it is one of the oldest skyscrapers in the whole of the United States, it also is one of the 50 tallest buildings in the country as well. Designed by the acclaimed American architect, Cass Gilbert, the Woolworth Building is a classic neo-Gothic construction and truly deserves both its National Historic and New York City landmark statuses.

Warren Street Becomes Home to New Luxury Developments

Along with 101 Warren Street, a slew of new developments are set to take hold on Warren StreetWarren Street is headed for a makeover. As a neighborhood, Tribeca has rarely ever held a large deal of new and available inventory. However, this area of Lower Manhattan has recently become a bit of a residential hub. As the World Trade Center has been built and revitalized, so too has this region of Tribeca which has received a good deal of economic investment, reinvigorating the business district of Manhattan as a whole. Despite its busy and commercial nature, Warren Street has been primed for a slew of new construction and ultra-luxury condominiums.