Service: Full Time Doorman
Sleek, modern, and incredibly functional, this pristine 14th floor loft has it all. Two completely enclosed and fully private interior bedrooms make terrific use of the 1077sf loft space. The apartment faces north with a bright and open exposure (the preferred exposure at 15 Broad) overlooking several iconic and historic buildings, and the building's common garden/terrace. Storage space is more than generous, with plenty of custom closets and cabinets at every turn. A modern and minimalist kitchen and bath add to the token Philippe Starck designed space. The loft has lighting upgrades all thought and other unique features include: beautiful architectural detailing, 11' beamed ceilings, all-new hardwood flooring, wiring for all modern-day technologies, and a laundry closet with a large size combo washer and dryer.
15 Broad sits between Wall Street and Exchange Place, directly across from the NY Stock Exchange. The building previously served as headquarters to J.P. Morgan from its inception in 1914 and was converted in 2005 into the 382 unit luxury condominium it is today. The exterior of the building is landmarked for its historical significance, while the interior was transformed by world renowned architect/designer, Philippe Starck.
15 Broad offers a spectacular list of amenities (included in your common charge) which feature: 24-hr doorman and concierge; a full-scale gym with state-of-the-art equipment; lap-pool and hot-tub; yoga/dance/martial arts studio; ½ court basketball; squash court; bowling alley; his and her locker rooms with sauna; lounge/party room; billiard and ping-pong tables; children's play room; movie screening room; and the 7th floor "Starck Park", a fully landscaped 5,000 sf. roof-park with sensational views onto the façade of the NYSE; complete with reflecting pool, fireplace, dining tables, and lounge chairs, all for relaxation and entertaining.
Convenient transportation lines include: J,Z,4,5,1,2,3,R, NJ Path train
Building has 421-G tax abatement
Commercial space occupied by Hermes