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26 Beaver Street #16THFLOOR Financial District, NY 10004 - New York
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Co-op apartments for sale 26 Beaver Street #16THFLOOR, Financial District - New York


ref. RPLU-21919948166

Built in 1909/1910 by architects Clinton & Russell, 26 Beaver Street was home to Stock Quotation Telegraph Company and later Norton Lilly Shipping Company prior to converting to cooperative apartments in 1980. Once the narrowest tall building in all of Lower New York, the building is now comprised of 19 loft apartments. The entire sixteenth floor offers the opportunity for you to make it your own within the wide square-shaped footprint. The best of qualities are there before you start, including 11-foot ceilings, triple exposures (north, east and south), 16 windows measuring over six-feet in height and original hardwood flooring. Divide and develop as you wish. Whether you are a single or a family of four, this extraordinary space offers the ability to create your dream loft. Elevators are privately keyed and there is a generous room for storage accessible directly from the apartment. Additional private storage and bicycle hooks are provided in the basement for each shareholder. The Beaver Towers allows 80% financing, pied-a-terre and renting. Pets are allowed and there is no flip tax. Steps to New York Stock Exchange and some of New York's most notable architecture within a two block radius, including Cass Gilbert's U.S. Customs House, now the Museum of the American Indian, The Standard Oil Building by architect Carrere & Hastings, Shreeve, Lamb & Blake, Bowling Green Park, plus the Battery Park Promenade. Public transportation is 1 block to the 4, 5, R, W, trains, and 3 blocks to the 2, 3, J, Z, and M trains.

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