123 Washington Street Unit: 30E, New York City, NY 10006
123 Washington Street Unit: 30E
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123 Washington Street Unit: 30E

123 Washington Street Unit: 30E

Gorgeous 30th floor Fully FURNISHED Studio at the W Residences, 6-12 month rental starting June 5, 2016. This stunning 448 SQFT Studio apartment offers unparalleled North views towards the Empire State building as well as breath-taking Manhattan Skyline. The interior is seamlessly designed and crafted for the ultimate in modern living, featuring sleek white lacquer kitchen with concealed appliances, stainless-steel Miele gas top range, oven and convection/microwave, Sub-Zero refrigerator and Asko combination washer/dryer in suite. All interiors include ebony stained maple wood floors, and oversized windowed bathrooms featuring Italian crocodile-textured ceramic tiling and towel warmer. The W residence is designed by Gwathmey Siegel Architects and interiors by the world-renowned Graft, constructed in 2010. With Bliss Spa and the Whatever/Whenever 24-hour Concierge Service, W New York Downtown residents have exclusive access to a digital lounge with large flat screens, video game systems and wireless internet, a Media Screening room, Cafe, Fitness Center and a residents-only Rooftop Terrace with 360 degree views. Cross the street to enjoy a bustling Battery Park, Le District, and brand new luxury retail hub at Brookfield Place. All the best Downtown transportation from R, 1, 4 and 5 Trains and minutes from Tribeca/Soho's fabulous restaurants and shops. Fast and easy application process, no formal board approval process.
  • Leased
  • 2007 BUILT
  • 448 Sq.Ft.

Features & Amenities

Area & Lot

  • Status:Leased
  • LIVING SPACE:448 Sq.Ft.
  • MLS® ID:CORC-3675291
  • Type: Condo
  • Year Built:2007
  • Neighborhood:Financial District
  • View Description:City


  • Total Bathrooms:1
  • Full Bathrooms:1


  • Stories: 57
  • Air Conditioning:Central Air


  • Lease Price $3,525/mo
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Financial District

Downtown, from the West Side Highway to the East River, from the tip of Manhattan to the Brooklyn Bridge and Park Place.