15 Park Row is a luxury apartment rental building located in the Financial District. Its cupolas are highly visible reminders of the great glories of Lower Manhattan’s pre-One Chase Manhattan Plaza skyline when topping buildings was important. The building has a 24-hour-attended Beaux Arts lobby, and laundry facilities on every floor. Apartments have high ceilings, large windows and pass-through kitchens with Golden Peach granite countertops and white wood cabinetry and GE appliances. The building has spectacular views, especially of the great Woolworth Building right across City Hall Park.
Units and Pricing
There is currently just one unit for rent at 15 Park Row, a two bedroom, 1,200 square foot unit listed at $4,000. Previous rental units ranged in price from $1,800 to $3,900/month. The average price per square foot at 15 Park Row is a mere $40.
Features and Amenities
Apartments have at 15 Park Row have high ceilings, large windows and pass-through kitchens with Golden Peach granite countertops and white wood cabinetry and GE appliances. The building has a 24-hour-attended Beaux Arts lobby, a fitness center and laundry facilities on every floor.
15 Park Row sits just below Wall Street, an area that is by day filled with a sea of suits and is by night quite peaceful. The building is convenient to public transportation and not far from the South Street Seaport. New restaurants, clubs, and gourmet and specialty markets abound. From jogging and dog-walking to riverfront dining at the Seaport and late-night cafe hopping, the area offers everything you could want. Effortless commuting from a dozen nearby subway lines gets you where you want to go.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
15 Park Row might not have the most luxurious residences around, but the views from the building are to die for. Apartments in the building are spacious and have great natural light and you can see almost the entire skyline out your window. The building was converted in 2002 to a mixed-use building (the ground floors are for retail use) and so the kitchens are a tad bit out of date. That being said, the prices are beyond reasonable. $40/square foot to live basically right on the South Street Seaport is unbelievable – especially if you plan to do some renovations or small fixes down the road. In terms of Financial District apartments, 15 Park Row is a no brainer.