$975000
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71 Nassau St. Apt 2D | Financial District

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Expansive and open, Unit 2D is an oversized and RENOVATED one-bedroom, one-bathroom home in the prestigious Croft Building. Once a pre-war office building now converted to a full-service condo, The Croft Building incorporates sturdy pre-war details like thick wall construction, lofty ceiling heights and a painstakingly restored Beaux-Arts fa├žade. Boutique by nature, there are 4 units or less per floor.

Unit #2D features dramatic 12′ vaulted ceilings unique to the 2nd floor and Penthouse level, along with multiple Cathedral-style windows facing East with both Northern and Southern views. 4-inch wide plank oak flooring refinished in a warm caramel evokes a classic, elegant atmosphere. An original structural Carnegie steel column in the living room reminds of the building’s rich history while creating a more contemporary, industrial presence. The top-of-the-line chef’s kitchen has sleek cabinetry and high end appliances, including an oversized Sub-Zero fridge and Bosch appliances. An extended dining bar doubles as a kitchen work space perfect for entertaining. The king-sized bedroom continues with grand proportions, including a large walk-in closet. The spa-like bathroom has a Zuma soaking tub, along with Waterworks and Toto fixtures. A large pantry closet outside of the bathroom houses a recently installed oversized washer and dryer. Air conditioning and heating throughout. A lobby renovation is underway, set to complete in 4 to 5 weeks as scheduled, with renderings provided. Significant upside is available.

The Croft Building is expertly positioned steps from the revitalized Seaport District, City Hall Park, and all transportation at the Fulton Hub. New neighbors like The Beekman Hotel and Residences, the long-anticipated food hall at Pier 17, and the recent move of various companies to the Seaport District have brought more infrastructure and culture to the area. The building has a full-time doorman, roof terrace, fitness room and additional storage.

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