Marvelous Manhattan Residences
Twenty Broad seamlessly blends rich history with modern style, while paying homage to a historic space once set aside for the New York Stock Exchange. Broad Street, one of the most historic streets in NYC, was originally home to the city's first firehouse, and revolutionary meeting place Fraunces Tavern. Federal Hall and numerous historic landmarks are all within view.
The generous residences range from studios to three bedrooms and feature luxury finishes, high ceilings, and grand picture windows. Architects Cetra Ruddy carefully designed the amenity spaces including a Sky Lounge, Rooftop Terrace, Technogym Fitness Center, Game Room, Lounge, Library, and Children’s Playroom.
Conveniently located in the heart of the Financial District, an abundance of restaurants, shops, and landmarks are just moments away; and with ample transportation options, the entire city is up for exploration. Enjoy the rich surrounding history, from Federal Hall to the New York Stock Exchange itself, or the nearby waterfront and park spaces. Amble along the cobblestone streets and visit the plentiful shops ranging from Mom and Pop to Hermes; the perfect intersection of history and modern innovation is here.
The Financial District encompasses the entire area of Manhattan below Chinatown and Tribeca to the southern tip of the island. Several office buildings in the area have been converted for residential use, making what was once a quiet place after the business day a vibrant neighborhood bustling with shops and restaurants that cater to the growing full-time population. This is a great location for those wishing to walk to work on Wall Street. Also in the area is Battery Park City, a mixed residential and commercial neighborhood within walking distance to the downtown business district. Battery Park City is a small “city within a city” with shops, restaurants, and even a marina. The Financial District is home to the South Street Seaport with its beautiful harbor views and many shops and restaurants. Open-air concerts are also held here. At the very tip of the island, one can take in spectacular views of Governors and Ellis Islands and spot the Statue of Liberty in the distance. Also within walking distance are the Castle Clinton National Monument and the Jewish Heritage Museum.
At American Copper, two copper-clad towers are connected by a three-story skybridge, creating the ultimate vertical community. Designed inside and out by SHoP Architects, each tower offers over 300 one-of-a-kind layouts with sweeping, enviable views of the Empire State Building, East River, and the Manhattan skyline.Read more