THE COLLECTION - 20 Pine Street

Financial District | Nassau ST. & Wiliam ST.

 

Description

Spa and club facilities, golf simulation room
Spa and club facilities, golf simulation room
Building Specifics
Units: 413
Ownership: Condo
Stories: 38
Green Building: No
Pets: Pets OK
New Development: No
Doorman
Elevator
Health Club
Laundry
Lounge
Pool
Roof Deck
 

About Financial District

Financial District Neighborhood in NYCDOWNTOWN

The Financial District may be famous for high-energy Wall Street trading, but with a population of around 56,000 people, this neighborhood is a growing hotspot for housing in NYC. Residents here enjoy the WI-FI sites, calming parks, diverse restaurants, and unique shopping boutiques after financial business closes for the day. Bordering Tribeca, the Financial District is also next to Battery Park, where besides bike trails and views of the Statute of Liberty, visitors can sit on a park bench and use the public Wi-Fi. At the Imagination Playground, children can manipulate their surroundings by putting together giant blue, foam blocks. The Elevated Acre at 55 Water Street is another green space for residents to sunbathe on a bed of grass or appreciate views of the Brooklyn Bridge.

NYC restaurants range from Harry’s Italian Pizza Bar for that traditional, square pizza pie or The Capital Grille for a juicy filet mignon or other lauded dishes like seared foie gras. Other than delicious food, another important attribute of any neighborhood is the selection of stores in the area. The Financial District has businesses ranging from your typical convenience stores and hobby shops—like Midtown Comics Downtown or Seaport Yarn—to luxury retail at places like Tiffany & Co.

If the dining and shopping options aren’t enough, then a police firefight—in the New York City Police Museum—is sure to get the adrenaline pumping! Another great NYC museum in the Financial District is the Museum of American Finance. It might not have action-packed exhibits, but this fine institution regularly hosts fascinating guest speakers including former Deputy Secretary of State John C. Whitehead and Vanguard Group founder John Bogle. Whether partaking in a little retail therapy, challenging your taste buds, or walking through the oldest public park in NYCBowling Green—residents of the Financial District revel in it all.

Financial District Neighborhood in NYCDOWNTOWN

The Financial District may be famous for high-energy Wall Street trading, but with a population of around 56,000 people, this neighborhood is a growing hotspot for housing in NYC. Residents here enjoy the WI-FI sites, calming parks, diverse restaurants, and unique shopping boutiques after financial business closes for the day. Bordering Tribeca, the Financial District is also next to Battery Park, where besides bike trails and views of the Statute of Liberty, visitors can sit on a park bench and use the public Wi-Fi. At the Imagination Playground, children can manipulate their surroundings by putting together giant blue, foam blocks. The Elevated Acre at 55 Water Street is another green space for residents to sunbathe on a bed of grass or appreciate views of the Brooklyn Bridge.

NYC restaurants range from Harry’s Italian Pizza Bar for that traditional, square pizza pie or The Capital Grille for a juicy filet mignon or other lauded dishes like seared foie gras. Other than delicious food, another important attribute of any neighborhood is the selection of stores in the area. The Financial District has businesses ranging from your typical convenience stores and hobby shops—like Midtown Comics Downtown or Seaport Yarn—to luxury retail at places like Tiffany & Co.

If the dining and shopping options aren’t enough, then a police firefight—in the New York City Police Museum—is sure to get the adrenaline pumping! Another great NYC museum in the Financial District is the Museum of American Finance. It might not have action-packed exhibits, but this fine institution regularly hosts fascinating guest speakers including former Deputy Secretary of State John C. Whitehead and Vanguard Group founder John Bogle. Whether partaking in a little retail therapy, challenging your taste buds, or walking through the oldest public park in NYCBowling Green—residents of the Financial District revel in it all.

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Financial District Neighborhood in NYCDOWNTOWN

The Financial District may be famous for high-energy Wall Street trading, but with a population of around 56,000 people, this neighborhood is a growing hotspot for housing in NYC. Residents here enjoy the WI-FI sites, calming parks, diverse restaurants, and unique shopping boutiques after financial business closes for the day. Bordering Tribeca, the Financial District is also next to Battery Park, where besides bike trails and views of the Statute of Liberty, visitors can sit on a park bench and use the public Wi-Fi. At the Imagination Playground, children can manipulate their surroundings by putting together giant blue, foam blocks. The Elevated Acre at 55 Water Street is another green space for residents to sunbathe on a bed of grass or appreciate views of the Brooklyn Bridge.

NYC restaurants range from Harry’s Italian Pizza Bar for that traditional, square pizza pie or The Capital Grille for a juicy filet mignon or other lauded dishes like seared foie gras. Other than delicious food, another important attribute of any neighborhood is the selection of stores in the area. The Financial District has businesses ranging from your typical convenience stores and hobby shops—like Midtown Comics Downtown or Seaport Yarn—to luxury retail at places like Tiffany & Co.

If the dining and shopping options aren’t enough, then a police firefight—in the New York City Police Museum—is sure to get the adrenaline pumping! Another great NYC museum in the Financial District is the Museum of American Finance. It might not have action-packed exhibits, but this fine institution regularly hosts fascinating guest speakers including former Deputy Secretary of State John C. Whitehead and Vanguard Group founder John Bogle. Whether partaking in a little retail therapy, challenging your taste buds, or walking through the oldest public park in NYCBowling Green—residents of the Financial District revel in it all.

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