Luxury Rental Building NYC Directory – 200 Water Street

Rentals NYC Directory – 200 Water Street

Building 200 Water Street promises a front-row seat to the best of New York City living. Outrageous views, an exciting neighborhood and a convenient location that makes it easy to get around and enjoy the city. Designed by famed New York Architect Emery Roth & Sons, the building rises in a simple pattern of green, silver and black. The minimalistic, international style design carries through with an array of original contemporary artwork and furniture, embellishing the street and sidewalks around the building. You may even recognize the famous “Grid Clock”, that flanks the lobby entrance, from several movies.

Residences All of the spacious apartments come in a wide variety of layout configurations including a selection of duplex apartments. The wide hallways and big rooms have extra tall ceilings and make great use of space. They are ideal for shares or someone wanting a bit more elbow room. The dramatic views of Manhattan and its most famous bridges are well framed by oversized windows that can be opened for a bit of fresh air – unless, you select one of the many residences with private terraces. The kitchens are even garnished with brand new stainless steel appliances. Whether you are entertaining or paling around with friends, it all just comes together for you.

Neighborhood Never short on things to do, the neighborhood abounds with activities. Go for a waterside run, shop the chic stores, sip drinks on Stone Street, enjoy the great nightlife – living directly across from the South Street Seaport and adjacent to the Financial District puts the best of New York City at your doorstep. Even the kids have an incredible child-centric downtown oasis, “Imagination Playground” opening right around the corner.

For appointments call 212-227-0021

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