277 Water Street
Water & Dover Financial District
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.8,300
A beautifully restored landmark building in the Seaport with spectacular views of the Brooklyn Bridge and lower Manhattan. A five story classic brick building, this structure was originally created to house maritime trade and storage with 6x16 beams and 135lbs per square foot capacity. Completely converted for residential use, the 1st and 2nd floors can be easily reconverted to commercial and would be excellent for a restaurant with full basement. The buildings total sq. ft. Is 8300. Five stories at 1650 sq. ft. per floor. The building has new McClean heating systems with 5 individual boilers and 5 hot water tanks to service each floor. All floors are individually metered for gas and electric. The building has received a temporary certificate of occupancy comprising more than 90% of required upgrade work accomplished. With the imminent departure of the Fish Market, and with specific new development ear-marked for the Seaport, the upside potential for this neighborhood is particularly high. Located on a lovely 19C block with historic bldgs and superb restaurants including the Bridge Cafe, the oldest continously operating restaurant in NYC.
Living in the Financial District
Sleek skyscrapers hurtle up towards the stratosphere from cobblestone streets in the Financial District. This fast-paced section of Lower Manhattan is home to one of the world’s most iconic skylines. It bustles during the day as the heart of the nation’s financial markets, yet it offers a residential sense of calm in the evenings. Historic Stone Street’s restaurants buzz with happy hour deals and power lunches, and the waterfront offers an ever-changing calendar of cultural events. The Charging Bull statue stands proudly in front of Bowling Green, embodying the Financial District’s powerful legacy.