Luxury Rental Building NYC Directory – Historic Front Street

 – Historic Front Street




Buildings  Historic Front Street is the restoration of an entire block of landmark buildings on Front Street between Beekman Street and Peck Slip, one block south of the Brooklyn Bridge.  The eleven 18th century buildings and three new buildings will contain unique and very special residential rental apartments and ground floor retail spaces.  Historic Front Street is at the center of a revitalized landmark district and is the largest historic preservation project to incorporate Green Design as an integral part of its design, construction and operation.

Residences  Historic Front Street combines historic preservation, modern architecture and green design to create a community of ninety five apartments in one of New York’s oldest and most authentic neighborhoods.  Each of the apartments reflect the unique character of the buildings and the rich historic fabric of this wonderful landmark district.

Neighborhood  Seaport North is one of the oldest neighbordhoods in the City with its roots going back to the mid 18th century.  Having been bypassed by the development of Downtown, it looks much like it did 200 years ago and it has retained the feel of a gritty, working waterfront community.  With the relocation of the Fulton Fish Market this winter and the completion of Historic Front Street, the uses of the buildings will change but the qualities of this waterfront community will be retained.  It will become a 24/7 residential community with vibrant retail and restaurant activity on the ground floor.  There will be access to a new public space on Peck Slip and to the waterfront that will be transformed to provide access to the River, cultural and recreational facilites and parks.

For appointments call 212-227-0021

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