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Condo | rented
Between South End Avenue and Albany Street
WEB ID: 3409268
  • 1 BEDS
  • 1 BATHS
  • 692 APPROX. SQFT
  • BUILT 1985

The Details

About 225 RECTOR PLACE, #11H

LEASES SIGNED!!! Immaculate nearly new, sun filled 692 sq.ft one bedroom rental at the trendy 225 Rector Place Condominium with amazing views of both the Statue of Liberty and Verrazano Bridge as well as Rector Park and the Westside Promenade. A stunning view to soak in any time of day or night! This spacious south facing one bedroom has a chef’s open kitchen with Liebherr refrigerator, Mi...

key features
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Full city view
  • Full park view
  • Partial river view
  • Central air
  • Excellent light

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Get to know Battery Park City

Battery Park City, sitting between West Street and the Hudson River at the tip of Manhattan, was intended to be a model residential community just a short distance from the Financial District. Ask the area’s residents, and almost all would agree it was a success. Construction began in 1980; today, 30 residential buildings are separated by landscaped squares and paths, while a riverside promenade runs along the neighborhood’s western edge. It has a decidedly different pace and feel from other parts of Manhattan that is made even more appealing with sunset views over the Hudson and cool breezes off the water. On sunny summer weekends, there’s often an almost-festive air when it can feel as if much of the city has decided to stroll along the promenade. In recent years the neighborhood has become even more popular, thanks to new retail developments and restaurants in the adjacent Financial District.

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Park Place


Apartment Building in Battery Park City

Between Ninth Avenue & Tenth Avenue

1985 BUILT