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SPECTACULAR AND RARE, THE ENTIRE 31ST FLOOR WITH FOUR EXPOSURES & GREAT VIEWS!
FORMERLY THE ATTIC OF LIBERTY TOWER - ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS. You arrive into the foyer gallery which unfolds into the multiple living areas (33'-6" X 22'), separate open dining room (22' X 10'-6"), and corner kitchen (13'-6" X 10'-8"), an entertainer's dream home. With four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and two home offices, everyone can find their private space. This expansive loft home is approximately 3,000SF on the main level and 625SF on the mezzanine. Enjoy 360-degree city views in all directions, including: the Hudson and East Rivers, Wall Street Canyon, and Municipal Building views. Visible out of these 29 windows are intricate sculptures of falcons and fleur-de-lys. Interior architectural details include exposed beams, mechanical pipes, as well as sloped and vaulted ceilings measuring as high as 13'-8". Too numerous to count are many closets throughout, including a laundry-utility room with additional overhead storage. The maintenance includes gas, water, and heat. There is central air conditioner system. Liberty Tower is pet-friendly, and staff includes 24-hour doormen, porters, and a live-in superintendent. The side entrance on Liberty Place allows convenient loading and unloading from your car. The building is zoned for district 2, Spruce Street School (PS 397, Pre-K through 8th grade). Neighborhood amenities include dining and shopping at the Oculus, Eataly, Brookfield Place and the redesigned South Street Seaport. Whole Foods FiDi is coming. Many subway lines at the Fulton Center and the WTC Path station are moments away. Neighborhood amenities include dining and shopping at the Oculus, Eataly, Brookfield Place and the redesigned South Street Seaport. Whole Foods FiDi is coming.
Designed by Henry Ives Cobb, Liberty Tower was upon its completion in 1910 "one of only a handful of skyscrapers," according to The New York Times. "Its striking Gothic style, the centuries-old inspiration for cathedral spires that reach into the sky to approach the divine, is central to the tower's romantic appeal," and the terra-cotta facade is richly adorned with birds, alligators, flowers and gargoyles. Designated a city landmark in 1982 and added the following year to the National Register of Historic Places, the building also received a preservation award from the New York Landmarks Conservancy in 2010.
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