37 Wall Street is a luxury apartment rental building located in the heart of Manhattan’s Financial District. A meticulous renovation from architect Costas Kondylis has helped make 37 Wall Street one of the most sought-after rental listings in the Financial District, and among New York City’s most desirable pre-war rental buildings. This former bank building (built in 1904) is enjoying a second life as a very modern, amenity-laden Financial District luxury rental, while retaining the pre-war elegance that first made it a Financial District favorite over a century ago.
Units and Pricing
There are currently twelve units for rent at 37 Wall Street, ranging in size from studios to two bedrooms. The smallest studio available, at 407 square feet, is listed at $2,025/month; the largest, at 520 square feet, is priced at $2,300/month. A one bedroom with 899 square feet is listed at $3,200/month (the highest priced unit currently available) while a smaller, 838 square foot unit with two bedrooms is priced at $3,025/month. The average price per square foot at 37 Wall Street is $55.
Features and Amenities
The kitchens at 37 Wall Street have been completely modernized while keeping with the pre-war feel of the original space, and are outfitted with white-lacquered cabinets framed in aluminum, natural stone countertops, and stainless steel appliances. Luxurious baths feature American Walnut millwork with Carrera marble and polished chrome. With the building restored to its original grandeur, a brass gate welcomes 37 Wall Street members into a nine thousand square foot private membership club. This exclusive space features an opulent lounge with vaulted ceilings, a grand fireplace, wireless internet throughout, a private screening room, and a state-of-the-art fitness center, all operated by American Leisure. Other amenities include a full-time doorman, a billiard room, a spa and a rooftop sun deck.
The burgeoning Financial District retail scene is highlighted by the Tiffany’s located on the first floor of 37 Wall Street, and a host of restaurants and nightspots are just a short walk away. It’s also just steps from 37 Wall Street to a number of subways, which puts the rest of New York City within easy reach. The Financial District is one of the fastest growing residential neighborhoods in the city, with new developments sprouting up left and right. These developments in turn bring new restaurants, bars and groceries, making the Financial District one of the best (and cheapest!) places to live in New York City. When it comes to Financial District apartments, 37 Wall Street is one of the most luxurious rental buildings around.