The Crest – 63 Wall Street

The Crest is a luxury apartment rental building located in the Financial District. Built in 1928 by the noted New York architects Delano and Aldrich, this former Brown Brothers Harriman and Company headquarters were renovated and re-imagined in 2004. The Crest at 63 Wall Street now boasts 476 apartments. Apartments boast high ceilings and large windows with elegant marble baths and modern kitchens.

Units and Pricing

There is currently just one unit available at The Crest, listed for $1,995/month. Previous rentals ranged in size from studios to three bedroom units and ranged in price from $1,702 to $6,999/month. The average price per square foot at The Crest is $49.

Features and Amenities

The loft apartment at The Crest have been beautifully renovated but preserve the pre-war opulence with high ceilings and oversized windows. All apartments boast maple flooring, elegant marble baths, modern kitchens with granite countertops, maple cabinetry and top of the line appliances, as well as individual climate control and wiring for high speed internet access. A few homes feature private terraces and original stained glass windows. The ground floor of the building has been converted into 10,000 square feet of tenant enjoyment space.

Location

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. The Crest is located a block away from the 2/3 train and a short walk from the J/M/Z and the 4/5.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

The apartments at The Crest boast pacious and gorgeous loft living with updated kitchens, marble baths and tons of sunlight! These lofts are to die for beautiful – there’s nothing not to like! The building boasts unique, historically accurate residences with no fee and zero commitment, so you get all the great pre-war details 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!