PANORAMIC HUDSON & EAST RIVER & WALL STREET CANYON VIEWS FROM THE 25TH FLOOR! Chic loft meets pre-war charm in this 2,850sf double corner, triple exposure, convertible 3 bedroom and 3 full bathroom sprawling home. This apartment's 21 oversized south, east, and west facing windows allow for direct sunlight from dawn to dusk. Enter the long gallery, perfect for hanging art, then opening to the left into the bright and airy living and dining areas, or to the right and the bedrooms and den. Chefs who like to entertain will enjoy the windowed kitchen with a long peninsula, and professional stainless steel appliances, including a Thermador 6-burner gas cook top and double oven, and Sub-Zero double-width fridge and freezer. The corner living and dining areas have impressive views of the East River and Wall Street canyon. The corner master bedroom suite has a view of the Hudson River, and a windowed walk-in dressing room. There is a 2nd bedroom with another walk-in closet, a media room that can easily be converted to a large proper 3rd bedroom, and a den with a wet bar that can be used as a play area. Feel the breezes from river to river, as this huge home spans across at 55' long. There are 3 spacious and stylish bathrooms; the master bathroom has a deep soaking Jacuzzi bathtub, a separate shower, and a double-width vanity. The ceilings are 9' high, the floors are natural stone and wood, designer lighting, custom cabinetry, and a washer and dryer. There are numerous storage options throughout, some of which include coat closets in the foyer and bespoke shelving. On the 25th floor, there is just one other home, and this floor is the nicest in the building, as the white marble has been meticulously restored to its original beauty. This prestigious cooperative features the finest 24-hour doormen, porters, and live-in superintendent, and is pet friendly. The maintenance of $7,033 has a very high tax deduction, at approximately 62%, and includes gas, water, and heat. 55 Liberty is located in the northern section of the Financial District, close to Tribeca, adjacent to the newly designed Fulton Center and Calatrava Path stations. Feel the excitement, as the neighborhood is going through a revival with many new places opening, like; Eataly, Apple, Whole Foods, Saks, and Target. Subletting and pied-a-terre is okay.
Liberty Tower is one of New York's original skyscrapers, this historic 1909 high-rise is known for its striking terra cotta facade and intricate sculptures of lions, eagles and gargoyles. The recent immaculate renovation of the building's facade was honored with the Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award from the New York Landmarks Conservancy. 55 Liberty once housed the law offices of President Franklin Roosevelt.