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Cocoa Exchange, 1 Wall Street Court

At The Southwest corner of Beaver Street

 

Comment About the Building

Rooftop terrace and sky lounge with wet-bar/TV, 24 hour concierge. Financial district is a booming area with many new restaurants constantly opening, such as Mark Joseph Steak House (my personal favorite). Located at the corner of Wall St & Pearl St, the 2,3,4,5 subways are within 3 blocks. 

More Comments About the Building

"With triangular architecture reminiscent of the Flatiron building, Cocoa Exchange offers boutique style living. Sky terrace and roof lounge bring the indoors out with continuous Ipe wood flooring, panels of moving glass, outdoor shower, large flatscreen TV and wet bar make it an urban oasis in the heart of the Financial District. Since the Cocoa Exchange has only been recently converted. There is no board in existence."
"The Cocoa Exchange is a beautiful triangular-shaped, landmarked, full-service condominium reminiscent of the Flatiron Building and replete with history. It was built in 1904 in the neo-Renaissance style by Century Realty Company and designed by Clinton & Russell. The building was home to the headquarters of the Munson Steamship Line from 1904 until 1921, and the New York Cocoa Exchange from 1931 to 1972. Today, the Cocoa Exchange is a full-service 15 story building containing 126 condominium apartments. One immediately notices the many handsome features of the lobby: rosewood, Venetian plaster, fashioned Botticino marble slab walls and an aluminum leaf ceiling. Amenities include a 24/7 doorman and concierge, laundry room, and stunning Sky Terrace coupled with rooftop lounge. The Sky terrace and roof lounge bring the indoors out with continuous Ipe wood flooring, panels of moving glass, large flat screen TV, wet bar, kitchen, laundry room and Wifi. The building is nestled just south of Wall Street where Pearl and Beaver Streets converge."

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