The Financial District was the first area of Manhattan to be developed, and its narrow streets and beautiful buildings reflect this fact today. This lower Manhattan neighborhood has been growing and changing nearly non-stop since it was first developed centuries ago. The stunning architecture and sheer size of the towers that rise above the Financial District’s streets reflect its recent history as the center of the financial world. But while the Financial District remains the capital of Capital, its future is plain to see -- in the area between City Hall Park on the North and the bottom of Manhattan Island on the South, the Financial District has quietly emerged as one of the most desirable new residential neighborhoods in all of Manhattan, and is home to some of the finest new condo listings in New York City.
While the business of the Financial District is still business, many of the grand towers in the neighborhood have been converted into luxury condominiums and enough new construction condos have risen alongside them that the number of people living in the district more than doubled in the first decade of the 21st century. A number of highly rated public schools make the Financial District even more desirable, while an influx of upscale shopping, as well as a tide of restaurants and bars that range from posh to endearingly down-home, have ensured that the New Yorkers who have flocked to this area are living well in one of the most historically significant neighborhoods in Manhattan. In some instances, they're even living in history. The condominiums for sale at The Cipriani Club Residences and 20 Pine are both located in stately pre-war buildings that had previous lives as centers of big business, before being converted to luxury condos. New construction condominiums in the Financial District, such as Be@William, are equally luxe, and rank among the best condos in Manhattan. A neighborhood defined by reinvention -- from Dutch colony to the first capital of the United States to the center of global banking and business -- the Financial District is doing it again and has gracefully remade itself as one of the most desirable residential neighborhoods in Manhattan.
Offering luxury apartments for sale, 75 Wall Street is a newly remodeled post-war condominium. Cerused oak flooring, glass cabinets, and top-of-the-line appliances enhance the lavish design. Located in the Financial District just a few blocks away from desirable dining and shopping options, 75 Wall Street is a hot spot for living.
Located in the Financial District, 50 West St. is a 63-story residential tower designed by Helmut Jahn.
District, a new condominium located on 111 Fulton Street, is undoubtedly in a category of its own. These luxurious condos are anything but ordinary with floor-to-ceiling windows, button-controlled lighting, climate, and security, and a roof terrace complete with cabanas and lounges.
The Setai is a stunning display of Manhattan architecture. Located in the coveted Financial District, this luxury condominium prides itself in providing a comfortable, unforgettable experience for its residents. With a screening room and outstanding river views, the Setai is certainly a notch above the rest.
The Collection in the Financial District is a pre-war loft with interiors designed by none other than the one and only company Armani itself, which explains the level of class that the condo achieves. A decadent Collection Pool and Spa, billiards room, and club lounge are just a few of the amenities The Collection provides.
99 John Street is home to Deco Lofts, a Financial District pre-war condominium dating back to the Great Depression. Boasting a gourmet kitchen, sub-zero appliances, limestone counter tops, spacious ceilings, and a quaint fireplace, Deco Lofts is built to impress. Walk-in closets, and skylights top off these pre-war apartments for sale.
The epitome of luxury living, Downtown by Philippe located in the Financial District, this luxury condominium sports many top of the line amenities for its residents. With family-friendly features such as children playroom and bowling alley, is rich in style and service.
Not to be confused with an actual downtown club, The Downtown Club located on 20 West Street in Lower Manhattan's Financial District offers luxury apartments and top of the line accommodations. This former home to the Heisman Trophy high-rise boasts 45 stories, looking over the bustling Manhattan streets below.
The South Star is a brilliant example of how luxury living should be in the Financial District, the South Star at 80 John Street shines in the crowded luxury real estate sector of Manhattan. Designed by Stephen Jacobs and Andi Pepper, the South Star is one building you’d be proud to list as your address in the city.
Set in the backdrop of Wall Street, Cipriani Club Residences is a luxury condominium offering apartments that are sure to impress with high ceilings and stylish fixtures and finishes. This pre-war building offers residents an opportunity to join the Cipriani Club which boasts a spa, billiard room, and restaurant and bar.