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Beaver Tower, Inc.
26 Beaver Street, Financial District, Manhattan, NY 10004

Pre-war Co-op

18 units
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  • 18 residences
  • 19 stories
  • BUILT 1909

The Details About 26 Beaver Street

26 Beaver Street, in the Financial District neighborhood, zip code 10004. Built in 1918, as the Norton Lilly Building, one of the oldest Lower Manhattan co-ops converted in 1980. 19 Floors, 21 units, 2 elevators. Steps to New York Stock Exchange and some of New Yorkâs most notable architecture within a two block radius, including Cass Gilbertâs U.S. Customs House, now the Museum of the American...

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  • Central air
  • Elevators

Beaver Tower, Inc. Units

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Get to know the Financial District

The southern tip of Manhattan, below Chambers Street on the west side and the Brooklyn Bridge onramps on the east, holds a dense and historic neighborhood. The Financial District, or FiDi, is home to many iconic sites, including Wall Street, the World Trade Center, and Battery Park. Wandering its blocks is a journey through the layers of New York’s past: Beaver, Pearl, and Nassau — and their irregular routes — evoke the days when New York was a small Colonial trading post, despite the glass-and-steel towers that today soar above their narrow lanes. Old and new coexist differently at South Street Seaport, where the tall ships and low-rise storefronts might seem completely frozen in time if not for the array of modern-day restaurants mingling alongside. A dozen subway lines and multiple ferry routes converge in the area, offering short rides to the rest of Manhattan and across the East River to DUMBO, Brooklyn Heights, and beyond.

Financial District Neighborhood Guide