135 William Street is a luxury rental apartment building located in the heart of Manhattan’s Financial District. The lofts in 135 William Street boast the unique combination of raw, light filled spaces with upscale finishes and modern, top of the line fixtures. Lofts range in size from two to five bedrooms and come equipped with updated kitchens, marble baths and laundry areas. 135 William Street is 16 floors and offers 30 apartments.
Units and Pricing
There are currently no available units for rent at 135 William Street. The average price per square foot for the previous rental listings at 135 William Street is a mere $38. Previous rentals ranged in price from $5,900/month for a three bedroom, three bath unit with 1,600 square feet to $6,495/month for a five bedroom, two bath unit with 2,000 square feet.
Features and Amenities
The lofts at 135 William Street are spacious and sun-drenched, with large windows and light hardwood floors. Lofts feature upscale finishes and boast fully updated kitchens with stainless steel appliances, marble baths and laundry areas.
The Financial District is the fastest growing residential neighborhood in the city, and for good reason. By day, the streets are swarmed by tourists and Wall Street suits, but by night, the area quiets down, leaving only the residents and the beautiful water views of the South Street Seaport. 135 William Street is located just steps from the 2/3 train, as well as a short walk from the J/M/Z, 4/5 and A/C trains – so getting around the city is a cinch!
Why You Would Want to Live Here
We’ll say it once – $38/square foot. For loft living with updated kitchens, marble baths and tons of sunlight and space, run, don’t walk! Keep your eye on 135 William Street, because the prices are unbelievably low! The building boasts unique, historically accurate and gorgeous lofts with no fee and zero commitment, so you get all the great pre-war details, like exposed brick and tin ceilings, without having to plunk down hundreds of thousands of dollars for a deposit. The neighborhood is still up and coming, but it’s growing fast, and the bevy of subway lines around the building mean you can get anywhere in the city – and fast!