The Financial District is another neighborhood surfing Manhattan’s new wave of luxury rental transformations, and 116 John Street’s soon-to-be luxury apartments for rent will be a big part of it. Built in the 1930s during the Art Deco era of New York architecture, 116 John Street has withstood the years as an high-rise office building with a sleek aesthetic that illuminated the Financial District. Very soon, its offices will be phased out and 418 new rental apartments will take their place.
116 John Street sports a white exterior that rises over other buildings in high-rise splendor and looks brilliant when the sunlight hits. The apartment interiors are a blend of art deco and art moderne, which translates into 35 floors of visually appetizing geometric curves and sweeping lines. Convection/microwave ovens provide a quirky touch to the traditionally elegant dark wood cabinetry and white oak strip flooring. The luxury apartments additionally boast spaciousness and comfort with 11-foot ceilings, large windows, stainless steel refrigerators, dishwashers, and stovetops. Almost every possible apartment model is available at 116 John Street: studios, junior one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms, to name a few.
Once it makes its transition from commercial office tower to luxury apartment high-rise, amenities will include a luxurious roof deck, a concierge and doorman, a gymnasium, and 12 elevators. Residents will be able to enjoy the luxury apartment’s surroundings as well as lavish interiors, with easy access to Manhattan’s most popular offerings in restaurants and nightlife. Soon, Manhattan residents will be able to see for themselves that 116 John Street not only makes the cut but raises the bar.