The South Street Seaport Offers Luxury Living and Living History

Deco Lofts

Living room, Deco Lofts at 99 John Street

Love the historic architecture and unique charm of South Street Seaport? We have some posh residential buildings near the Seaport that define Lower Manhattan luxury.

The South Street Seaport is hosting its first exhibition since Superstorm Sandy with “Street of Ships: The Port and its People”, which debuted this week at the South Street Seaport Museum. The museum will showcase the golden age of the seaport of the 19th and early 20th century, when it was a global player in the the shipping trade. While the Seaport and its surroundings have changed exponentially since the days when the Fulton Fish Market was in its prime, the area around this landmark in Lower Manhattan remains a vibrant, unique, and historic place to call home.

2 Gold Street- Located on one of the city’s oldest thoroughfares, 2 Gold Street is one of the premiere residential buildings in Lower Manhattan. The 51- story tower sits alongside a smaller, 23-story building, and the gold and glass towers offer a striking and bold presence in the Financial District. The building offers luxurious studio, one, two, and three bedroom residences. The apartments feature energy efficient, thermopane windows, hardwood flooring, spacious walk-in closets, floor to ceiling windows, and private balconies offering stunning city and river views. The gourmet kitchens have imported granite countertops, top of the line appliances, tile floorings, and are equipped with dishwashers. The spa-inspired bathrooms feature stainless steel fixtures and marble finishes. Luxury amenities at 2 Gold Street include a 24-hour doorman and concierge, a landscaped 9,000 sqft rooftop deck with a lush lawn, solarium with wet bar, fireplace, catered kitchen, and a  gazebo. Additionally, there is a private club room with a lounge, billiards room, outdoor courtyard with moss garden and mosaic tiling, and a state of the art fitness club with a heated, glass enclosed lap pool.

2-bedrooms begin at $5,050 per month.

200 Water Street- Designed by architects Corchia-de Harak Associates and developed by Rockrose, 200 Water Street is a modern, minimalist residential building with a glassy, green, silver, and black facade. Its apartments feature spacious layouts, wide foyers, ample closet space, hardwood flooring, and soaring ceilings, offering East River and South Street Seaport  views. The fully-equipped kitchens feature stainless steel appliances, dishwashers included. The marble baths offer stainless steel fixtures and deep, oversized soaking tubs. The luxury amenities package at 200 Water Street offers a 24-hour doorman and concierge, valet, on-site grocer, private lounge with screening room and billiards room, and state-of-the-art fitness center.

2-bedrooms start at $3,300 per month.    

Deco Lofts-Located at 99 John Street, this Shreve, Lamb & Harmon designed luxury loft building gets its name from its Art Deco architecture and stunning lobby mural by renowned Italian Art Deco artist, Giancarlo Impiglia. The loft residences are works of art in their own

right, with spacious layouts, floor to ceiling windows, soaring 11-foot ceilings, terraces, washer/dryers, and hardwood flooring. The chef’s kitchens come fully equipped with stainless steel appliances, and dishwashers. Luxurious baths feature powder rooms, oversized mirrors, marble finishes, and glass rain showers. The amenities package at Deco Lofts includes a full-service doorman lobby with concierge, state-of-the art fitness center, private screening room, lounge with billiards room, landscaped gardens, spacious roof deck deck, and on-site garage.

2-bedrooms begin at $4,500 per month.