40 Broad Street Unit: PH1A, New York City, NY 10004
40 Broad Street Unit: PH1A
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40 Broad Street Unit: PH1A

40 Broad Street Unit: PH1A

40 Broad Wall Street, 921 SF Corner 1 Bedroom, 1.5 bath Penthouse with stunning water views and natural light throughout. Beautiful U shaped kitchen, efficiently proportioned living area and master bedroom with ensuite, hotel-like bath with double vanity sinks. Eleven-foot ceilings and oversized windows give brilliant natural light, while tasteful Brazilian Walnut floors with Basaltito black granite borders outline the living quarters beautifully. The contemporary open kitchen make a dramatic design statement with black Granite countertops, backsplashes and custom cabinetry. Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer with concealed paneling plus a Miele oven/cook top, dishwasher and Bosch washer/dryer complete the unit with top of the line appliances. The Zen-like, Kohler 5-piece master bath is impeccably designed, hand-crafted and detailed to afford a soothing, luxurious retreat.Built in 1986 and spectacularly renovated, the Residences at 40 Broad are now among the most impressive collections of luxury condominiums in the heart of the Financial District. Residents enjoy unparalleled benefits such as exclusive membership at The 40 Broad Club and access to over 44,000 SF of spectacular amenity space. From it's dramatic two-story lobby to its full-service concierge, state-of-the-art fitness center/spa and gorgeous rooftop lounge, 40 Broad Wall Street offers an all-inclusive experience of home and resort-like oasis.
  • 1 BEDS
  • Sold
  • 1982 BUILT
  • 921 Sq.Ft.

Features & Amenities

Area & Lot

  • Status:Sold
  • LIVING SPACE:921 Sq.Ft.
  • MLS® ID:CORC-3369567
  • Type: Condo
  • Year Built:1982
  • Neighborhood:Financial District
  • View Description:City


  • Total Bedrooms:1
  • Total Bathrooms:1.5
  • Full Bathrooms:1
  • Half Bathrooms:1


  • Stories: 31
  • Air Conditioning:Central Air


  • SALES PRICE $1,310,000
  • REAL ESTATE TAXES $11,988/yr
  • HOA Fees $1,255
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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.