40 BROAD Street Unit: 17G, New York, NY 10004
40 BROAD Street Unit: 17G
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40 BROAD Street Unit: 17G

Spacious 570 SF luxury Studio apartment in the luxurious 40 Broad Street Condominium. Enjoy over 10-ft high ceilings, and tasteful Brazilian Walnut floors with Basaltito black granite borders. A contemporary separate kitchen makes a dramatic design statement with black Granite countertops, backsplashes and custom cabinetry, and delight the most discerning chefs with premium appliances that include a Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer with a Miele oven, cook top and dishwasher. Zen-like Kohler bath is impeccably designed including luxurious rain head shower and a separate oversized soaker tub. 17G features Bosch washer/dryer in suite.

Originally built in 1986 and spectacularly renovated in 2006, this marquee address offers the most impressive collection of luxury condominiums in the heart of the Financial District. From its spectacular two-story lobby, to its furnished indoor lounge and roof deck offering Statue of Liberty, Hudson River and City Skyline views, to the state-of-the-art fitness center, recreation room and Reserve Cut Steak House on the 2nd floor, 40 Broad Street offers an all-inclusive experience and resort-like oasis. Centrally located and a short distance to major transportation hubs including Subway access to 2/3/4/5/A/E/J/Z/R/W and Path trains, in addition to the South Street Ferries/Water Taxis, Fulton Street Station and the Oculus. Whole Foods and Lifetime Fitness slated to open at Wall & Broadway.
  • Sold
  • 1982 BUILT
  • 570 Sq.Ft.

Features & Amenities

Area & Lot

  • Status:Sold
  • LIVING SPACE:570 Sq.Ft.
  • MLS® ID:RPLU-33422075204
  • Type: Condo
  • Year Built:1982
  • Neighborhood:Financial District


  • Total Bathrooms:1
  • Full Bathrooms:1
  • Appliances:Dryer, Washer Dryer Allowed, Washer


  • Stories: 31


  • SALES PRICE $640,000
  • REAL ESTATE TAXES $10,740/yr
  • HOA Fees $742
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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.