Apartment 10BC is a beautiful, loft apartment providing southern and northern exposures at the historic 56 Pine Condominium, a full-service, amenity-rich building. The living room and master bedroom are sun-lit and wonderfully spacious, with soaring 10-foot ceilings, over-sized windows and gorgeous upgrades throughout.
The unit is currently a one bedroom and a studio that will allow for a variety of potential layouts. The studio is used for entertaining and as a guest suite, with the kitchen serving as a wet bar, but can become your enormous master bedroom with a renovated en-suite bathroom.
The kitchen features granite counter-tops and custom cabinetry with stainless steel appliances and the two full bathrooms have each been superbly renovated. Carrara marble, stunning glass-tile floors and a glass-enclosed shower and tub adorn one, while the en-suite features rich honey onyx walls, honed travertine floors, a coffered ceiling and a second glass-enclosed shower and tub. Pin-drop quiet ambiance, gorgeous bamboo and tile floors throughout and custom Elfa closets offering elegant and space saving storage, complete this stunning home.
The 56 Pine Condominium was built in 1893-94 in the Romanesque Revival style in the heart of the Financial District renaissance, just one block from Wall Street. This fully renovated doorman building, formerly known as The Wallace Building, was designated as a NYC Landmark in 1997 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.
Residents enjoy a 24-hour doorman and concierge, a full club floor with a media lounge, library with free Wi-Fi, billiards room, fully equipped gym and event facilities with a wet bar for your next private gathering. Laundry is located on each floor of the building and all pets are welcome at 56 Pine!
This grand building is located across from the 2/3 Wall Street station, and two blocks to the A, C, E, J, Z, R, W, and 4 & 5 subway lines. There’s easy access to run, walk or cycle the 18 miles of continuous riverfront green-way that runs from 14th street, south under the Williamsburg, Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges, through the lush Battery and Hudson River Parks, and up the Hudson all the way to the GWB. For foodies, get ready to enjoy local restaurants such as Crown Shy, Cipriani's, Felice 15, Fino Wall St, Giardino D'Oro, the Trading Post NYC and the Woolworth Tower Kitchen, just to name a few. Nightlife is just around the corner including Stone Street, the brand-new Pier 17 (featuring live performances on the roof-top stage), the revitalized, historic Seaport and countless smaller establishments to explore. The new FiDi has become a destination and is truly the ideal, downtown location.
* There is a current assessment of $235.23