40 Broad Street #27B
A captivating and spacious downtown condominium with sweeping skyline views. This 1-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom apartment has been thoughtfully upgraded with Porcelanosa flooring in the main living area, acoustic fabric paneling, built-in wall units, a luxurious walk-through closet dressing area, and a built-in Bowers & Wilkens home theater system.
This apartment features lofty 11-foot ceilings that create a loft-like ambiance, along with floor to ceiling windows that flood the space with an abundance of natural light.
As you step into the generously designed open kitchen, you’ll immediately notice striking granite countertops, custom cabinetry, and a communal island with a Miele cooktop and oven that comes complete with a sophisticated hood fan. For culinary enthusiasts, premium appliances await, including a Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezers, and a Miele dishwasher tastefully concealed behind matching custom paneling. The kitchen seamlessly flows into the spacious living area, making it an ideal space for both everyday living and entertaining.
The bedroom is a haven of comfort and style, featuring elegant Brazilian Walnut flooring. It also includes a custom dressing area, leading to a luxurious en-suite bathroom. Here, you’ll discover double vanity sinks, a deep soaking tub, and a rejuvenating rain shower. The apartment comes equipped with an in-unit washer and dryer from Bosch as well as a convenient powder room.
The building underwent a complete renovation in 2006, and all amenities have recently been updated in 2023, which include a state-of-the-art fitness center, a recreation room, a business center, an AV room, and an indoor/outdoor children’s play area. The building itself is a visual masterpiece, with a stunning two-story lobby, a furnished indoor rooftop lounge, and a rooftop deck that offers breathtaking views of the Statue of Liberty, Hudson River, and City Skyline.
The condo is conveniently located half a block from Whole Foods and has several acclaimed dining options within walking distance, such as Danny Meyer’s Manhatta, Jean-Georges’ Tin Building, Momofuku and Eataly. Its central location provides effortless access to major transportation hubs, including subway lines 2/3/4/5/A/E/J/Z/R/W, Path trains, South Street Ferries/Water Taxis, Fulton Street Station, and the Oculus, ensuring seamless connectivity to all corners of the city.