Between Nassau Street & Broadway
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Info & Ratings - Overview
- Building Type: Condominium
- Located in Financial District
- 1893Year Built
This ornate former office building at 130 Fulton Street on the southwest corner of Nassau Street was converted to a residential condominium in 2005.
It was converted by Koeppel Companies of which David Koeppel is an executive. Elliot Vilkas was the architect for the conversion that added four floors to the building. The added floors are plain beige masonry in contrast to the ornate decorative Renaissance Revival façades of the original building that was designed in 1893 by DeLemos & Cordes.
DeLemos & Cordes were the architects of the smaller 127 Fulton Street, the Keuffler & Esser Building, which was designated an official city landmark in 2005, and many other prominent periods of the era including the great Siegel, Cooper & Co. Department Store and the Adams & Co., Department Store both on Ladies Mile on Sixth Avenue, R. J. Macy & Co., Department Store at Herald Square, the Speyer & Co. Building at 24 Pine Street (demolished) and the Kuhn, Loeb & Co., building at 27-29 Pine Street (demolished), and the Chattanooga Times Building in Tennessee.
The original building was notable for its curved corner windows that unfortunately were not copied for the rooftop addition.
The original building also has a four-story rusticated limestone base, an oculus corner window on the 8th floor, an arched corner window on the fourth floor and arched windows on the 9th floor, pronounced bandcourses on the fourth, fifth and ninth floors and a cornice atop the 9th floor. The rooftop addition is...
Features & Amenities
- Attended Lobby
- Hi Rise
- Pre War
- Fitness Center
- Rooftop Terrace
- Central Lower Manhattan location
- Close to J&R store
- Close to City Hall Park
- Close to Fulton Transit Center
- Close to Ground Zero
- Few apartments
- Original building designed by DeLemos & Cordes
- Close to Financial District
- Fitness center
- Oculus on 8th floor
- Curved corner windows on lower floors
- Renaissance-Revival style original building
- Conversion added four non-contextual floors
- No garage
- No sidewalk landscaping
- Considerable traffic