Now offering 1 Month Rent Free and 1 Month OP. Net rent advertised ($3,234). Gross rent is $3,375.
Spacious studio with an intimate private terrace, gourmet kitchen, walk-in closet, and in-unit washer/dryer.
70 Pine is a unique residential building that you never need to leave. Enjoy a landmarked Art Deco lobby featuring Crown Shy, James Kent and Jeff Katz's exciting new restaurant with their second restaurant/bar concept opening in the buildings' Spire this fall. Explore 22,000sq/ft of amenities at Elite by NYSC's newest fitness center which features daily classes, Pilates & yoga studio, turf track, bowling alley, virtual golf, resident lounge w/billiards & ping pong, and screening room in 70 Pine's historic bank vault. 70 Pine also has a children's playroom, resident lounge w/terrace, valet services and much more. Also onsite is Lyric hotel, City Acres Market, Black Fox Coffee, & Blue Park Kitchen.
Prices and incentives subject to change. Photos may be of representative unit.
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.
With the recent unprecedented rate cut by the Federal Reserve, banks have been inundated with people looking to take advantage of lower interest rates. Because of the overwhelming demand, we have not yet seen a huge reduction in mortgage rates. While we aren’t there yet, it is likely that we will see a dramatic shift in the upcoming months, which raises the question, “What does a 1 point difference in interest rate do for my bottom line?”Read more