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By Carter Horsley Wednesday, January 25, 2006
The 35-story building at 20 Pine Street, which is also known as 2 Chase Manhattan Plaza and is being converted to 409 residential condominiums by Leviev Boymelgreen, has a total offering price of $380,418,825, according to the November 12, 2005 offering plan on file with the New York State Attorney General's office.

On floors 6 through 18, the building will have 19 apartments.

There are many different layouts. Apartment 203, for example, is a 630-square-foot studio with one bath that is priced at $441,000. Apartment 304 is a 1-bedroom, 2-bath unit with 1,456 square feet that is priced at $1,048,000. Apartment 2607 is a 3-bedroom,l 3-bath unit with 1,878 square feet that is priced at $2,066,000. Apartment 3103 is a 2-bedroom, 2-bath unit with 1,513 square feet of interior space and 406 square feet of exterior space and is priced at $1,891,000.

A lounge, exercise room, pool table room and storage bins will be located in subcellar 2 and a lap pool and steam room in subcellar 3. A roof deck for the residents will be located on the 25th floor of the building, which has several setbacks. At 20 Pine Street, which has been rechristened "20 Pine, The Collection," other amenities will include a 33-foot-high lobby and an adjacent Library Lounge, a pool and spa with a Turkish Hamman.

The building was designed by Graham, Anderson, Probst & White as the headquarters of the Morgan Guaranty Trust Company, a predecessor firm of J.P Morgan Chase. It is surrounded by several of Lower Manhattan's greatest buildings such as 120 and 140 Broadway, 33 Maiden Lane, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 14 Wall Street, 40 Wall Street, and One Chase Manhattan Plaza.

Leviev Boymelgreen, the development organization that commissioned Philippe Starck to decorate its conversion of the former office building at 15 Broad Street across from the New York Stock Exchange, has commissioned Armani/Casa to decorate its conversion of 20 Pine Street.

Gruzen Samton LLP is the architectural firm for the conversion.
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Architecture Critic Carter Horsley Since 1997, Carter B. Horsley has been the editorial director of CityRealty. He began his journalistic career at The New York Times in 1961 where he spent 26 years as a reporter specializing in real estate & architectural news. In 1987, he became the architecture critic and real estate editor of The New York Post.