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55 LIBERTY ST

Apt. 21A
Between Broadway and Nassau Street
Coop
$837,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number R Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number A Subway number C Subway number J Subway number Z Subway number 1 Subway number E Subway number 6
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number R Church St - Cortlandt St
Subway number 2 Broadway - John St
Subway number 3 Broadway - John St
Subway number 4 Broadway - John St
Subway number 5 Broadway - John St
Subway number A Broadway - John St
Subway number C Broadway - John St
Subway number J Broadway - John St
Subway number Z Broadway - John St
Subway number 1 Greenwich St - Rector St
Subway number E Church St -
Subway number 6 Nassau St - Frankfort St
Essentials
Price $837,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Rooms 5
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,250
Exposure North & East
Key Features
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Full City View
Dining Room
Dishwasher
Excellent Light
Great Closet Space
Oversized Windows
Parquet Floors
Prewar Detail
Walk-In Closets

JUST REDUCED - BEST VALUE IN FiDi!


Views, light, location and full-service perched high above the city, this sunny corner pre-war offers two or three bedrooms, two full baths, eat-in-kitchen, full-size washer & dryer, central air, tons of closets oversized windows and great light. Great for entertaining the 3rd bed is currently used for formal dining. Appx 2 extra feet exist above the already high ceiling - great opportunity for a minor reno at this low price, or just move right in and enjoy the charm.

This well-run full-service building is at the heart of one of the most antique and beautifully restored residential neighborhoods in the city, steps to both east and west-side subways, schools, supermarkets, shopping (neighbors include Whole Foods, Tiffany and Hermes) outstanding restaurants and waterfront parks.

Formerly the Sinclair Oil building, beautiful landmarked Liberty Tower (circa 1909) was once the tallest building in the world (until Woolworth c. 1913). Converted by world-renowned architect Joseph Pell Lombardi in 1980 this was one of the first co-ops in Manhattan's cutting edge financial district neighborhood. Separate valet entrance with ramp makes deliveries a cinch and the building is pet friendly too!

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Living in the Financial District
When many think of the Financial District, they think of Wall Street and the iconic skyline filled with the headquarters of the world's most prestigious financial institutions. But being New York's oldest neighborhood these cobblestone streets are also filled with historic landmarks.
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55 LIBERTY ST
Liberty Tower
Liberty Tower was built in 1909 and was later landmarked in 1982. This Gothic Revival-style skyscraper designed by Henry Ives Cobb was initially a 33 story commercial building. In 1979, architect Joseph Pell Lombardi converted this building to a cooperative residential building with 87 apartments, and it was one of the first residential Co-op conversions in the Financial District. Today, Liberty Tower is a Full service residential building with 24 hr doorman, porters, live-in superintendent and is pet friendly. Pied-a-Terre's allowed. Historic Landmark; Each apartment features a unique layout. At one time, the tallest building in the world. The building sits across the street from Chase Plaza.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1909
33 floors
89 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Landmarked
Amenities

This home has been sold

55 LIBERTY ST
Apt. 21A
Between Broadway and Nassau Street
Coop
Essentials
Price $837,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Rooms 5
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,250
Exposure North & East

JUST REDUCED - BEST VALUE IN FiDi!


Views, light, location and full-service perched high above the city, this sunny corner pre-war offers two or three bedrooms, two full baths, eat-in-kitchen, full-size washer & dryer, central air, tons of closets oversized windows and great light. Great for entertaining the 3rd bed is currently used for formal dining. Appx 2 extra feet exist above the already high ceiling - great opportunity for a minor reno at this low price, or just move right in and enjoy the charm.

This well-run full-service building is at the heart of one of the most antique and beautifully restored residential neighborhoods in the city, steps to both east and west-side subways, schools, supermarkets, shopping (neighbors include Whole Foods, Tiffany and Hermes) outstanding restaurants and waterfront parks.

Formerly the Sinclair Oil building, beautiful landmarked Liberty Tower (circa 1909) was once the tallest building in the world (until Woolworth c. 1913). Converted by world-renowned architect Joseph Pell Lombardi in 1980 this was one of the first co-ops in Manhattan's cutting edge financial district neighborhood. Separate valet entrance with ramp makes deliveries a cinch and the building is pet friendly too!

Elevator
Pet Friendly
Full City View
Dining Room
Dishwasher
Excellent Light
Great Closet Space
Oversized Windows
Parquet Floors
Prewar Detail
Walk-In Closets
Financial District
Living in the Financial District
When many think of the Financial District, they think of Wall Street and the iconic skyline filled with the headquarters of the world's most prestigious financial institutions. But being New York's oldest neighborhood these cobblestone streets are also filled with historic landmarks.
Explore Financial District
Subway Lines
Subway number R Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number A Subway number C Subway number J Subway number Z Subway number 1 Subway number E Subway number 6
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number R Church St - Cortlandt St
Subway number 2 Broadway - John St
Subway number 3 Broadway - John St
Subway number 4 Broadway - John St
Subway number 5 Broadway - John St
Subway number A Broadway - John St
Subway number C Broadway - John St
Subway number J Broadway - John St
Subway number Z Broadway - John St
Subway number 1 Greenwich St - Rector St
Subway number E Church St -
Subway number 6 Nassau St - Frankfort St
55 LIBERTY ST
Liberty Tower
Liberty Tower was built in 1909 and was later landmarked in 1982. This Gothic Revival-style skyscraper designed by Henry Ives Cobb was initially a 33 story commercial building. In 1979, architect Joseph Pell Lombardi converted this building to a cooperative residential building with 87 apartments, and it was one of the first residential Co-op conversions in the Financial District. Today, Liberty Tower is a Full service residential building with 24 hr doorman, porters, live-in superintendent and is pet friendly. Pied-a-Terre's allowed. Historic Landmark; Each apartment features a unique layout. At one time, the tallest building in the world. The building sits across the street from Chase Plaza.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1909
33 floors
89 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Landmarked
Amenities