15 William St- The best buy in NYC


You’re probably like most New Yorkers- You think you have to spend minimum of $3m to have a decent home in the city. But I have great news: There are still amazing homes that are in the affordable price range, and you won’t have to settle for less.

This sun-filled home, located in NYC’s financial district, has the modern style and building amenities to fit your lifestyle. I know what you’re thinking- the financial district is boring, not much going on, blah blah blah. Think again.This neighborhood has access to everything! You’re next door neighbor is TriBeCa, and you’re a quick walk to SoHo. The TriBeCa effect is in full swing: NoBu is moving to town, and prices at The Beeckman Residences are skyrocketing so fast you’ll think you’re in TriBeCa. At the Beeckman Residences, located in Financial District’s city hall/fulton area, average prices are $3.7m, with price per sq ft at $2350. Wow! That’s not even in TriBeCa, that’s in the Financial District.

Here is a Financial District steal that I found for you- and it is glamorous with the bells and whistles associated with luxury condo living.

The steal- 15 william street

Price: $1,640,000

Size: 2 bed | 2 bath | 1325 sq ft

Price per sq ft: $1237

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Renderings out for NYC’s Towering Downtown Residential Building

By Claire Moses
The 128-unit development will stand 1,356 feet tall

A first look is available for Michael Shvo’s 125 Greenwich Street — a development poised to become Downtown’s tallest residential skyscraper. Shvo now owns the $240 million condominium development, which was formerly known as 22 Thames. The deal closed last week.  Rafael Vinoly, who is the architect of record, designed the proposed 77-story condo tower, which will only be 12 feet shorter than One World Trade Center, according to YIMBY. This also means it’ll be the second tallest tower in downtown Manhattan. The building will include a total of 128 units, ten of which will be 5,300-square-foot, full-floor penthouses. A 10,600-square-foot duplex will occupy the top of the tower.