37 Wall Street: Your Oasis in the Financial District

February 28, 2018   /    Financial District, NYC   /    Comments Off on 37 Wall Street: Your Oasis in the Financial District

Luxurious Apartments in the Center of NYC’s Financial District

For the sophisticated Manhattanite, only the best will do. 37 Wall Street offers no-fee apartments with a doorman in a prime location in the Financial District. Inside, you’ll find luxurious most New Yorkers can only dream of having, combine with an easy commute to work and being within walking distance to many world renowned corporations and banks. Here’s what it is like to be a resident of 37 Wall Street.

Inside Each Apartment

Kitchen 37 Wall Street New York NY
You’ll find sleek apartments inside 37 Wall Street in studio, one bedroom, two bedroom and loft-style layouts. Most apartments feature quartz countertops in the kitchen including a full range, Italian marble bathrooms, and hardwood flooring. Select units come with walk-in closets and even private outdoor space. Plus, every resident receives a free DirecTV package with over 150+ channels. Verizon Fios is also available at 37 Wall Street.

Community Amenities

Executive Lounge 37 Wall Street
All residents of 37 Wall Street have access to a state of the art fitness center. You’ll also have access to a resident lounge featuring a pool table, plenty of lounge seating, a screening room, and a library. Residents will also enjoy a rooftop terrace and media center.

For your convenience, a daytime concierge is available to take any packages for your apartment. Laundry facilities are also available on-site.

Getting Around

Taxi in Front of Building
37 Wall Street is less than a five-minute walk from six different subway lines. Here’s where you can catch a train:

  • Wall Street (Across the street): 1 & 2 trains
  • Broad Street (<1 block, corner of Wall St./Broad Street): J & Z trains
  • Wall Street (2.5 blocks, corner of Wall Street & Broadway): 4 & 5 trains

For bus travel within the city, there are a few nearby stops offering travel both in Manhattan and the outer boroughs.

History of 37 Wall Street

37 Wall Street Exterior Foyer
Francis Kimball, who also built The Grand Madison on Fifth Avenue between East 26th and 27th Streets, built 37 Wall Street in 1907. Two buildings were demolished to make way for Kimball’s new 25 story skyscraper: The United States Bank Building at 41 and 43 Wall Street, and the Metropolitan Trust Company at 37 and 39 Wall Street. The front of the building today still features the marble base and two cherubs above the main door that was originally constructed with the building.

37 Wall Street served as the headquarters for The Trust Company of America for the early 20th century and also held office space for the Interstate Trust Company, the Public Bank and more. Originally, the first floor featured a great marble-walled banking room, with administrative space above. Today, the banking room is now home to retail space for Tiffany and Co.

In 1954, the New York Institute of Finance entered 37 Wall Street and provided education in security markets. In 1963, The United States Trust Company would seal a long-term lease and break the traditional design of the building and enlarge their offices at 45 Wall Street, while sealing space on three floors of 37 Wall Street.

In 2006, 37 Wall Street was converted into 373 luxury apartments and restored by architect Costas Kondylis.

What’s Nearby

One WTC Street View
37 Wall Street is located right in the middle of one of the world’s largest financial centers. Within just steps of your apartment, you’ll have the New York Stock Exchange, numerous historical sites, and Battery Park.

The nearest pharmacy is Duane Reade is located directly across the street at 40 Wall Street. For groceries, Gristedes on Maiden Lane between William and Pearl Street is your closest option.

For your morning cup of coffee, you’ve got plenty of options. Bluestone Lane and Joe & The Juice can be found in the Continental Bank Building (diagonal to 37 Wall Street). The nearest Starbucks is at 14 Wall Street, just down the street. Fine dining can be found at Bobby Van’s and Reserve Cut, just steps from your apartment. For more restaurant recommendations, check out our post on the Best Eats in the Financial District.

Interested in calling 37 Wall Street home?

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