One Rector Park - 333 Rector Place

Battery Park City | South End Avenue and Battery Park Esplanade

 

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Building Specifics Subway Lines
Units: 174
Ownership: Condo
Stories: 15
Building Year: 1985
Green Building: No
Pets: Pets OK
New Development: No
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About Battery Park City

Battery Park City Neighborhood in NYC: DOWNTOWN

If there is such thing as a flawless urban utopia, Battery Park City certainly fits the bill. For starters, the land of the neighborhood is man-made: construction workers moved sand from New York Harbor and over 3 million cubic yards of soil and rock from the building of the World Trade Center to create this 92-acre piece of perfection.

The two main residential areas are the North Residential Neighborhood and the space south of the World Financial Center. Both areas are full of modern high-rises with spacious, luxury apartments for diverse residents and all the conveniences an ideal neighborhood has: supermarkets, restaurants, movie theaters, schools—Stuyvesant High School is on the north side—and best of all, close proximity to river views and greenery.

The quasi-suburban Battery Park City has almost 36 acres of parks, not including Battery Park. South Cove, one of the most popular destinations of the area, has winding walkways by the water and surrounding trees.

Hungry residents in the mood for an All-American burger or delicious custard can conveniently visit the famed Shake Shack—originally from Madison Square Garden—at its location on Murray Street. For something a little more formal, the North End Grill has fresh scallops and a varied menu.

Besides the Financial District, Battery Park City is also very close to Tribeca—home of the annual Tribeca Film Festival founded by actor Robert De Niro, producer Jane Rosenthal, and real estate investor Craig Hatkoff. Battery Park City possesses everything desirable about suburban living, while retaining closeness to the rest of Manhattan and offering spacious homes with a contemporary vibe.

Battery Park City Neighborhood in NYC: DOWNTOWN

If there is such thing as a flawless urban utopia, Battery Park City certainly fits the bill. For starters, the land of the neighborhood is man-made: construction workers moved sand from New York Harbor and over 3 million cubic yards of soil and rock from the building of the World Trade Center to create this 92-acre piece of perfection.

The two main residential areas are the North Residential Neighborhood and the space south of the World Financial Center. Both areas are full of modern high-rises with spacious, luxury apartments for diverse residents and all the conveniences an ideal neighborhood has: supermarkets, restaurants, movie theaters, schools—Stuyvesant High School is on the north side—and best of all, close proximity to river views and greenery.

The quasi-suburban Battery Park City has almost 36 acres of parks, not including Battery Park. South Cove, one of the most popular destinations of the area, has winding walkways by the water and surrounding trees.

Hungry residents in the mood for an All-American burger or delicious custard can conveniently visit the famed Shake Shack—originally from Madison Square Garden—at its location on Murray Street. For something a little more formal, the North End Grill has fresh scallops and a varied menu.

Besides the Financial District, Battery Park City is also very close to Tribeca—home of the annual Tribeca Film Festival founded by actor Robert De Niro, producer Jane Rosenthal, and real estate investor Craig Hatkoff. Battery Park City possesses everything desirable about suburban living, while retaining closeness to the rest of Manhattan and offering spacious homes with a contemporary vibe.

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Battery Park City Neighborhood in NYC: DOWNTOWN

If there is such thing as a flawless urban utopia, Battery Park City certainly fits the bill. For starters, the land of the neighborhood is man-made: construction workers moved sand from New York Harbor and over 3 million cubic yards of soil and rock from the building of the World Trade Center to create this 92-acre piece of perfection.

The two main residential areas are the North Residential Neighborhood and the space south of the World Financial Center. Both areas are full of modern high-rises with spacious, luxury apartments for diverse residents and all the conveniences an ideal neighborhood has: supermarkets, restaurants, movie theaters, schools—Stuyvesant High School is on the north side—and best of all, close proximity to river views and greenery.

The quasi-suburban Battery Park City has almost 36 acres of parks, not including Battery Park. South Cove, one of the most popular destinations of the area, has winding walkways by the water and surrounding trees.

Hungry residents in the mood for an All-American burger or delicious custard can conveniently visit the famed Shake Shack—originally from Madison Square Garden—at its location on Murray Street. For something a little more formal, the North End Grill has fresh scallops and a varied menu.

Besides the Financial District, Battery Park City is also very close to Tribeca—home of the annual Tribeca Film Festival founded by actor Robert De Niro, producer Jane Rosenthal, and real estate investor Craig Hatkoff. Battery Park City possesses everything desirable about suburban living, while retaining closeness to the rest of Manhattan and offering spacious homes with a contemporary vibe.

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