Penthouse 4 at the Cocoa Exchange is now available for purchase. Upon entering the unit, you are greeted by a direct view of the two oversized windows looking out to the East River. Natural light illuminates the space all day and window treatments are already installed. The walk through kitchen is fully-equipped with full size stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher, gas stove and microwave oven. There is plenty of counter space and beautiful cabinets with glass panels provide ample storage. To the immediate right is a generous marble bathroom, finished with a custom lit mirrored double vanity as well as a storage cabinet beneath the elegant sink bowl. Further down the entryway is a large closet. This highly desirable studio layout is the largest offered at this address. The perfectly situated alcove keeps your sleeping area tucked away and out of sight when you enter the home. The long straight walls can accommodate numerous layout options and the ability to display large artworks. With just 126 units, this gorgeous landmark offers a feeling of privacy and comfort. The beautiful rosewood lobby and marble alternate entrance are attended 24 hours a day by friendly staff. In addition, residents have full access to the penthouse lounge and outdoor rooftop terrace with comfortable seating, cable television, WiFi, and a wet bar. There is 24 hour access to the lounge and laundry room. The Cocoa Exchange is surrounded by countless dining options, situated just a block from the charming pubs and eateries on Stone Street, a short walk to both the South Street Seaport & Brookfield Place, and is close to all major transit lines.
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.