90 William Street At the Southeast corner of William Street and Platt Street corner of Platt Street
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This 16-story office building at 90 William Street was converted to residential condominiums in 2007 by Mario J. Procida and Louis V. Greco Jr., who bought the building in 2005 for about $32 million.
It has 113 apartments and is known as be@William.
The building, which is located at the southeast corner at Platt Street, was erected in the late 1960s and fronts on a large plaza just to the north of the Federal Reserve Bank Building and it is one block north of the delightful small park with large Louise Nevelson tree sculptures. It is across William Street from the Zeytuna Food Court, one of the largest and most popular food markets and restaurants in Lower Manhattan.
The building has consistent fenestration and a revolving door entrance. It was formerly owned by the Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Society and Joseph Moinian.
Bradford Perkins of Perkins Eastman Architects designed the conversion, which will have 8 apartments per floor.
The building’s converter, SDS Procida, was also building On Prospect Park at 1 Grand Army Plaza, a 114-unit residential condominium building designed by Richard Meier that is scheduled for completion next year. It was also developing an 82-unit project at 405 West 53rd Street and 189 Schermerhorn, a 25-story tower and a 7-story loft building arranged in a mews-like setting with a private courtyard in Brooklyn.
The building have a "be@spot Sky Lounge" rooftop amenity center that incorporates all of Be@William s common spaces and activities, an...
Features & Amenities
- Attended Lobby
- FT Doorman
- Post War
- Basement Storage
- Central AC
- Roof Deck
- Fitness Center
- Across from Zeytuna Food Court
- Across from Federal Reserve Bank
- Not far from the South Street Seaport
- Storage units
- Roof deck
- No sidewalk landscaping
- No garage
- Many apartments