Be the first to live in this brand new, stunning 2,131 sq.ft. 4 bedroom / 3.5 bath waterfront Condo residence with spectacular natural light through attractive over-sized windows and Juliette Balconies overlooking the Hudson River, Statue of Liberty and beautiful Cherry Blossom trees. When you enter, you immediately feel the tranquility and peace of living in the suburbs. It features the absolute finest finishes including Italian Marble Floors, a custom staircase. The open eat-in-kitchen is equipped with the finest Italian marble, chiefs table, top of the line appliances and ventilation hood. The Master Bedroom features Brazilian Mahogany hardwood floors, a huge walk-in closet, en-suite Marble Bathrooms with double sinks, Jacuzzi and steam shower. To top it all, there's a separate laundry room with washer & dryer plus a generous storage room. The residence also offers lots of storage and walk-in closets throughout. Known as Battery's Hidden Gem, The Regatta Condominium offers amenities such as an exquisite roof deck, bike room, and private garden. Located steps from the Battery Park Esplanade. There Miramar Mediterranean Seafood Restaurant conveniently located on the ground level of the building. The Rector Street 1 train and the Wall Street 4&5 train stops are approx. 5-7 short blocks away. Pet friendly
Battery Park City is a unique part of Lower Manhattan — its location was created by land reclamation along the Hudson River using surplus soil and rock that was excavated from many large construction projects, including the World Trade Center. Spanning 92 acres in total, Battery Park City is home to many businesses and business professionals alike that work in the nearby financial district. Residential areas of Battery Park City are separated by the World Financial Center, which is in close proximity to the beautiful yacht harbor at the North Cove. The southern section is more densely populated while the northern area remains under construction of larger 20 to 45-story buildings. The breathtaking views and vastness of the neighborhood are prime selling points for those looking to make a home here.
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