Recently Renovated FiDi Building Blends Classic With Modern

One of the most historic neighborhoods in the city just became even more interesting thanks to a beautiful residential building been renovated to meet the needs of modern New Yorkers while still complimenting its classic surroundings. 20 Broad Street brings the perfect combination of classic yet modern to the area. 

This development was originally constructed in 1956 and renovated in 2018. The new interior and parts of the exterior were designed by CentraRuddy Architecture, bringing in 533 luxury homes within the 30 floors.  

Each home is complete with high ceilings and large windows giving you endless views of the city day and night along with plenty of natural sunlight. The open layout kitchen features stainless steel appliances, white wood minimalist cabinets with a backsplash to match, and a spacious kitchen island large enough to enjoy home-cooked meals with friends and family. Bedrooms are finished with large built-in walk-in closets and with large windows, while bathrooms feature white cabinets, rain shower heads, and a large soaking tub.


Residents at 20 Broad Street are welcomed into the building by a massive lobby with bronze finishing and a doorman along with other amenities such as private storage, laundry room on-site, library room for some peace and quiet, a state-of-the-art fitness center, cinema room, children’s playroom, lounge room, and a rooftop terrace with seating and a panoramic view of the city.  

The picturesque Financial District is home to cobblestone streets, iconic bars and parks, and the best perk of all, having close and easy access to the rest of the city thanks to the many subway lines in the area. 

 Currently available are studios starting at $2,800 per month and one-bedroom homes starting at $3,650 per month.