Le Rivage is a new luxury rental building perched on amidst the South Street Seaport in downtown’s Financial District. Le Rivage is a full service luxury building offering doorman apartment living. An Art Deco beauty, the building delivers spacious layouts, modern amenities and stunning views inside and out. The landmark building offers a variety of residences with renovated bathrooms and kitchens. Amenities at Le Rivage include a children’s playroom, a fitness center, doorman and concierge, and a rooftop sun terrace. Le Rivage offers studio, alcove studio and one, two and three bedroom rentals.
Units and Pricing
There are currently three available rental listings at Le Rivage; two of which are one bedrooms and one of which is a two bedroom home. The two one bedrooms are priced equally at $2,650/month, while the two bedroom home is listed at $3,850/month. Previous rental listings, of which there are 215, ranged from $1,795 to $3,695/month. The average price per square foot at Le Rivage is a mere $43.
Features and Amenities
Updated kitchens at Le Rivage feature granite countertops and new black appliances; older ones feature white appliances and white cabinets with grey laminate-look countertops. Many kitchens have windows, and many apartments have updated baths in addition to the updated kitchens. Building amenities at Le Rivage include laundry on every floor, a pet-friendly location, full-service concierge, 24-hour doorman, fitness center, children’s playroom, and rooftop sun deck.
Le Rivage is located opposite Battery Park City in lower Manhattan’s Financial District, a bustling commercial neighborhood that’s experienced a residential boom in the past ten years. Le Rivage is located near Bowling Green Park, South Street Seaport, the former World Trade Center, Delmonico’s, the Battery Park waterfront, and a variety of public transportation options. Alive and well during the day, the area dies down at night when the Wall Street crowd heads home.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
Le Rivage’s downtown location is an admirable one, especially given its proximity to a bevy of public transportation options. The Financial District noticeably dies down in the evenings when the traders disperse, making it into a bit of a haven for those looking for some peace and quiet. This being said, the Financial District doesn’t lack for shopping, bars and restaurants, and it’s certainly not the no-man’s land it was ten years ago. Le Rivage offers relatively in expensive rentals with incredible views and spacious layouts perfect for young renters who don’t expect every last i to be dotted.