117 Beekman Street, Unit 6A

Financial District – Manhattan, NY 10038

This triple-mint Seaport loft with three exposures was designed by a truly talented one, and you will see that it is totally turn-key. With soaring ceilings and breathtaking waterfront views, sun pours into this stunner through soundproof windows all day long, and the views over Brooklyn are breathtaking.
No expense has been spared in the custom renovation of the space. The level of finish is exquisite. When it comes to climate control, the unit features a double Central Air and Heating system with two zones and ultraviolet antimicrobial treatment and electronic dust remover; an Eco fuel fireplace of silver travertine; and Boffi ceiling fans. The kitchen is a clean and welcoming work space for any chef, with cabinetry by Varenna, Caesarstone countertops, Blanco sink, Tara by Dombracht faucet, Subzero refrigerator, Miele dishwasher, and oven and cooktop by Smeg. The master bath features tubs, toilets, and sinks by Duravit by Philippe Starck, with faucets by Handgrohe Axor by Citterio, Bizazza and Glacier Glass tiles, marble vanity tops, and white Volakas marble walls. The guest bath features tiles by Country Floors, a sink by Antonio Lupi, and a low iron glass shower enclosure.
The space is fully maximized. In addition to the enormous master and guest bedroom, the gorgeous library can be converted to a third. With seven California closets and two walk-ins, there is a place for everything, and everything has its place.
117 Beekman Street is an elegant boutique condo building which features one of the best roof decks in all of Lower Manhattan. It is beautifully landscaped with an outdoor shower, grill, and picturesque views of the river and Brooklyn. The building is pet friendly, and the doormen are friendly too.
The building is located in the heart of the South Street Seaport, which has recently been called “NYC’s neighborhood to watch.” Known for its cobblestone streets and early 19th Century architecture, the neighborhood is undergoing a total renaissance with the recent reopening of Pier 17, a center for high-end retail, restaurants, and even a rooftop performance venue.