20 Pine designed by Armani Casa is one of the most luxurious and well-run buildings downtown and this incredible apartment is one of the largest units offered. With roughly 1900 square feet of interior living, this three bedroom, three full-bathroom corner apartment is located on the 29th Floor, offering beautiful views over lower Manhattan including the New York Stock Exchange. This extra large six room loft features 10 foot beamed ceilings, dark hardwood floors, incredible light from 3 different exposures, and walk-in closets. The kitchen features premium appliances including Sub-Zero, Fisher and Paykel, and Miele, all concealed behind custom cabinetry. The spa like bathrooms (the master is en-suite) include pristine stone, tranquil recessed rain showers, and soothing dark wood encased soaking tubs. This unit enables you to be a member of the Quintessentially Yours concierge services with breakfast served Monday-Friday in the club lounge. World class amenities include a 60 foot lap pool with limestone finishes, steam room, fitness center, billiards room, golf simulator, and library lounge. Relax and unwind while lounging by the reflecting pool on the 25th floor out door terrace while taking in iconic city views.20 Pine sits in the heart of New York City's Financial District adjacent to the New York Stock Exchange. The building has direct subway access with a private entrance to the 2, 3, 4 and 5 trains and is pet-friendly.
The Manhattan Financial District is one of the largest business districts in the United States, and has experienced enhanced residential gentrification in recent years. Wall Street is a narrow street in lower Manhattan in New York City, running east from Broadway downhill to South Street on the East River. Considered to be the historical heart of the Financial District, it was the first permanent home of the New York Stock Exchange. Landmark buildings on Wall Street include Federal Hall, and the New York Stock Exchange at the corner of Broad Street. The South Street Seaport is a historic area in the New York City borough of Manhattan, located where Fulton Street meets the East River, and adjacent to the Financial District. The Seaport is usually considered a historical district, distinct from the neighboring Financial District. A section of nearby Fulton Street is preserved as cobblestone and lined with shops, bars, and restaurants.