A meticulous renovation from architect Costas Kondylis has helped make 37 Wall Street one of the most sought-after rental listings in the Financial District, and among New York City's most desirable pre-war rental buildings. But it's a testament to 37 Wall Street's history -- and to the Beaux-Arts grandeur of architect Francis Kimball's original 1904 structure -- that 37 Wall Street has been one of the most desirable buildings in the Financial District for over a century. This former bank building is enjoying a second life as a very modern, amenity-laden Financial District luxury rental, while retaining the pre-war elegance that first made it a Financial District favorite over a century ago.
With as prime a location as Lower Manhattan has to offer, 37 Wall Street is at the center of the Financial District's reinvention as one of Manhattan's top places to live. Many 37 Wall Street residents walk to work in minutes, but what makes 37 Wall Street's location that much more desirable is how many other Manhattan luxuries are now also within walking distance. The burgeoning Financial District retail scene is highlighted by the Tiffany's located on the first floor of 37 Wall Street, and a host of restaurants and nightspots are just a short walk away. It's also just steps from 37 Wall Street to a number of subways, which puts the rest of New York City within easy reach.
There's plenty to do at 37 Wall Street, too, as this pre-war rental offers a decidedly contemporary slate of amenities and conveniences. The 24-hour doorman and concierge service is essentially par for luxury rental listings in the Financial District, but a host of modern amenities elevate 37 Wall Street far above the usual Financial District rental. The state-of-the-art fitness center at 37 Wall Street is complimented by a basketball court and spa, and the rooftop sundeck is both a lively scene and a quiet refuge from the stresses of the city. A private screening room, library and media center ensure that there's plenty of visual stimulation at 37 Wall Street, as does the fact that every apartment for rent at 37 Wall Street is wired for DirecTV.
The apartments for rent at 37 Wall Street are the real reason why 37 Wall has taken off as one of the most desirable luxury rental listings in Lower Manhattan. Original pre-war design notes are evident in each of the apartments for rent at 37 Wall Street, and blend seamlessly with a host of modern conveniences. Condo-quality finishes are the rule throughout 37 Wall Street's rental apartments. Modern kitchens feature natural stone countertops, custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances; lovely marble baths feature polished chrome fixtures, walnut millwork and oversized mirrors. The final touch of pre-war elegance, though, lies in the dimensions of the rental apartments at 37 Wall Street -- the spacious dimensions and modern, open floor plans of the apartments for rent at 37 Wall Street are a distinctly modern luxury, and just another reason why this classic pre-war Wall Street building has become one of the Financial District's hottest rental listings.