5 Doorman Condominium Properties In Lower Manhattan

Lower Manhattan is teaming with a plethora of lavish and luxurious residential properties and new condos in the Financial District of all sizes that each grace the iconic skyline and surrounding streets. From soaring slender skyscrapers to charming Prewar-inspired designs, such new properties are also fitted out with equally high-quality amenities. Among them is the convenience and prestige of having a full-time doorman on site when greeted at the front doors on your way in and out. Below are five examples of such developments that offer a welcoming experience for new residents looking to make Lower Manhattan their home. 


1) 30 Park Place

30 Park Place is the current tallest residential skyscraper in Tribeca at a height of 926 feet with 82 floors dedicated to both a 189-key five star Four Seasons Hotel on the lower portion of the limestone and precast concrete-clad building, and 157 condominium units marketed by Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group within the upper half of the tower. Designed by Robert A. M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) and developed by Silverstein Properties, the development features 40,000 square feet of amenities on the 38th floor such as a 75-foot lap pool with adjacent steam rooms, a fitness center with a glass-enclosed yoga studio, a children's playroom, a double-height conservatory with a baby grand piano, a private dining room with a catering kitchen and an adjacent loggia, and the Four Seasons Spa. 

The current most expensive unit is PH81 listed at $45 million dollars with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms spanning 5,443 square feet. 


2) The Woolworth Tower Residences

Located at 2 Park Place is The Woolworth Tower Residences on the border of Tribeca and the Financial District. The 32 exclusive new condos in Tribeca are all located in the upper 30 floors of Cass Gilbert's 110-year old, 792-foot tall, 58-story skyscraper. The office-to-residential conversion was designed by Thierry W. Despont and SLCE Architects, while Alchemy Properties and Sotheby's International Realty are in charge of sales, leasing and marketing at the historic property. Units range from one- to five-bedroom residences with some offering their own private outdoor space. 

Amenities include  a fitness center, a swimming pool, a spa, a lounge area, a wine cellar, a laundry room, a private residential lobby and a door attendant and concierge service. Additional amenities include a landscaped outdoor terrace, a children’s playroom, a screening room, and a private dining room for entertaining guests.

In recent news, the coveted Pinnacle penthouse was sold for $30 million dollars, spanning 12,000 square feet over seven levels with its own private observatory at the top of the iconic crown and 360-degree views of Lower Manhattan's world-famous skyline. 


3) 25 Park Row

Situated across from City Hall Park on a stretch of the Financial District, 25 Park Row is the tallest residence along Park Row, which was historically known as Newspaper Row for the number of competing newspaper companies that lined the street in the late 19th and early 20th century. Designed by COOKFOX and developed by LMXD and J&R, the 666-foot tall 48-story mixed-use residence features a total of 110 condominium units marketed by Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group that range from one- to five-bedroom layouts, and 67,000 square feet of commercial space on the first five floors of the 362,000-square foot building. 

The current most expensive available unit is 19C at $4.25 million dollars spanning 2,075 square feet with three bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. 


4) 1 Wall Street

One Wall Street sits right in the heart of the Financial District at the corner of Wall Street and Broadway. Originally designed by Ralph Walker, the historic Art Deco masterpiece was converted from offices by SLCE Architects and Macklowe Properties into 566 condos for sale in Lower Manhattan and also provides room for a new Whole Foods Market, a Lifetime Fitness Center, and an upcoming Printemps department store set to open next spring. The residences range from studios to four-bedroom layouts and are being marketed by Compass Development Marketing Group. MdeAs Architects, Deborah Berke Partners, and Ashe Leandro were in charge of the interior designs. 

The current most expensive unit on the market is a 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 2,972-square foot apartment asking $9.75 million dollars on the 34th floor of the skyscraper. 


5) No. 33 Park Row

Our last property is No. 33 Park Row, a recently finished 23-story mixed-use residential skyscraper in the Financial District. Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and developed by Centurion Real Estate, the 335-foot tall corner building is nicknamed The Pearl On The Park and yields 30 one- to five-bedroom boutique condominium units with no more than three units per level, as well as commercial space on the first four levels of the building. Compass Development Marketing Group is in charge of sales and marketing. 

The most expensive unit for sale right now is PH33, an 5-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom, 5,403-square foot residence costing $19.5 million dollars. 

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