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As conversations continue about rezoning and reimagining New York’s central business districts to make them more conducive to residential life, it is worth remembering that the Financial District did it first. When businesses left Lower Manhattan in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, many of the empty office buildings were transformed into residential buildings.

The combination of New York history and contemporary living appealed to many, and new construction condos have risen alongside the residential conversions. This takes place in a newly bustling, 24/7 neighborhood. Popular restaurants and retailers have been wooed downtown, notably to Westfield World Trade Center and Brookfield Place; the Seaport underwent a makeover in the wake of Superstorm Sandy; and the neighborhood’s first Whole Foods opened in January 2023.
At the tip of Manhattan, The Battery offers gorgeous green space, recreational offerings like the playscape and the Sea Glass Carousel, and spectacular views of the Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, and the Midtown skyline. But certain Financial District residents do not have to leave their buildings to enjoy outdoor space and city views. We take a look at the most attractive roof decks in Financial District condos.

55 Wall Street
9 stories | 106 units
Completed in 1841 | Converted in 2006
11 availabilities from $575,000

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Throughout its illustrious history, the magnificent columned building at 55 Wall Street has served as the home of the New York Stock Exchange, the U.S. Custom House, and the headquarters of the New York City Bank Corporation. For its residential incarnation, this New York City Landmark features fully furnished units, unparalleled service, and a rooftop terrace with Lower Manhattan views.

55-Wall-Street-03 Cipriani Club Residences, #805 (Engel & Volkers)
From the Listing: This bright and spacious home features soaring 10-foot ceilings and a wall of oversized windows overlooking the famed copper dome rooftop of the Cipriani Ballroom, the huge building courtyard, and provide a lovely peak at the landscaped roof deck and skies over Wall Street! With each room set off of the generous gallery hall, the apartment boasts a well-proportioned living room with an open sleek designer kitchen that hosts Miele and Bosch appliances, a king-sized bedroom, wide plank mahogany floors, brand new custom solar shades, ample closet space, central air, and a washer/dryer hookup. See floor plan and full details here.

71 Nassau Street
16 stories | 52 units
Completed in 1905 | Converted in 2005
2 availabilities from $895,000

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71 Nassau Street was constructed as an office building in 1905 and converted to a condominium 100 years later. The prewar white brick facade was beautifully restored, but the interiors were transformed into airy condos with access to modern amenities. Among them is a roof deck with lounge chairs and views of One World Trade Center.

71-Nassau-Street-04 The Croft, #15B (Real New York)
From the Listing: This bright one-bedroom loft boasts a generous floor plan, 4-inch wide-plank oak floors, historic yet timeless exposed Carnegie steel column, oversized windows with views down the Wall Street corridor and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 11-foot ceilings and brand new 1940s French classicism Restoration Hardware Fontanelle Double Sconce lamp fixtures. An open island style kitchen has recently renovated waterfall granite countertops to accommodate for bar stool seating, minimalist bamboo cabinetry, a stainless steel Sub-Zero refrigerator, Bosch 4-burner stove and oven and a Bosch dishwasher. See floor plan and full details here.

20 West Street
42 stories | 382 units
Completed in 1930 | Converted in 2006
7 availabilities from $550,000

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Before it was converted to the Downtown Club condominium, the landmarked 20 West Street hosted the Heisman Trophy in its capacity as the Downtown Athletic Club. The prize of this amenity-rich building is a rooftop deck that looks out on spectacular views of the Statue of Liberty, the Financial District, and Brooklyn.

20-West-Street-01 Downtown Club, #22A (City Connections Realty)
From the Listing: This studio is bright, funky, ultra-comfortable and highly ’livable!’ Its two large west-facing windows offer stunning water views, beautiful sunsets and excellent natural light all day long. In addition, apartment 22A features high ceilings; recessed lighting; excellent closet space; modern open kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances (including microwave and dishwasher); plus a lofted mezzanine that may be used for storage, sleeping, meditating, or anything else your heart desires. See floor plan and full details here.

123 Washington Street
57 stories | 222 units
Completed in 2010
13 availabilities from $926,000

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When the W NYC Downtown opened in 2010, residents of the condos on top of the hotel rooms enjoyed access to its acclaimed concierge service and luxurious amenities. It remains to be seen which tenant will take over the hospitality component (the hotel was a casualty of the pandemic), but the prime downtown address, incredible natural light, and 58th-story roof deck remain appealing.

123-Washington-Street-03 W Residences, #36G (Douglas Elliman)
From the Listing: Views of 9/11 Memorial Park, Statue of Liberty, the river, city of Manhattan and beyond from every window of your residence. WHATEVER/WHENEVER service and hotel amenities are available 24/7/365. David Rockwell-designed lobby. See floor plan and full details here.

1 Wall Street Court
15 stories | 126 units
Completed in 1904 | Converted in 2006
4 availabilities from $575,000

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Between its history housing the New York Cocoa Exchange and its appearance in John Wick 3, the Flatiron-esque Cocoa Exchange is one of the Financial District's most distinct buildings. Its conversion to condos included well-thought residences, cozy indoor common areas, and a roof deck with panoramic views and movable glass wall panels leading to the indoor sky lounge.

1-Wall-Street-Court-04 Cocoa Exchange, #701 (Nest Seekers LLC)
From the Listing: Graced with abundant natural light and impressive city views from its southern exposures, Residence 701 is uniquely laid out for gracious living and intimate gatherings, with dramatic river views. A grand foyer welcomes you to this expansive loft-like apartment with picturesque views of the East River, New York Harbor, Brooklyn, and plenty of blue skies. The long entry corridor is also lined with an abundance of custom California closets, followed by two full-sized marble bathrooms. The open space chef’s kitchen has river views, and it features an expanded granite dining counter, crackled subway tiles, a mosaic backsplash, a diamond slate floor, and rich cherry cabinets.See floor plan and full details here.

150 Nassau Street
23 stories | 125 units
Completed in 1894 | Converted in 2002
5 availabilities from $845,000

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When 150 Nassau Street was built for the American Tract Society Company in 1896, it was one of the tallest buildings in the city and one of the first to use a steel frame. More than 100 years later, it has been designated a New York City Landmark and an early entrant among the Financial District's condo conversions. A furnished, landscaped roof deck looks out on views of City Hall, the Brooklyn and Williamsburg Bridges, and Lower Manhattan.

150-Nassau-Street-03 American Tract Society Building, #2A (Living New York)
From the Listing: Downtown designer loft boasts dramatic arched windows, 13' ceilings, recessed and track lighting, custom-built bookcases in the living room, and a solarium with private terrace. The open kitchen has a breakfast bar and high-end appliances, including a dishwasher and wine fridge. Both bedrooms have en suite baths and walk-in closet or dressing area. See floor plan and full details here.

15 Broad Street
42 stories | 382 units
Completed in 1914 | Converted in 2014
8 availabilities from $800,000

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Directly across from the New York Stock Exchange, celebrated architect Philippe Starck combined the former Equitable Trust Building and the former headquarters of J.P. Morgan's banking segment into a condominium with unique layouts and well-thought interiors. The roof of the lower-rise building was transformed into a lavish roof deck with reflecting pool, an outdoor fireplace, dining tables, lounge chairs, and views of historic Financial District buildings.

15-Broad-Street-01 Downtown by Starck, #2000 (Compass)
From the Listing: Designed to perfection, this unique 2,100+ square-foot 3-bedroom, is functional, stylish and impressive. Unique architectural details and upgrades standout throughout this home including a fully renovated gallery kitchen with exceptional storage, high ceilings, double-height walk-in closet, custom made storage areas, hardwood flooring, laundry closet with washer and dryer and expansive living space. See floor plan and full details here.

25 Broad Street
21 stories | 308 units
Completed in 1902 | Converted in 2019
15 availabilities from $910,000

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When the Beaux Arts-style 25 Broad Street was completed in 1902, it was the largest office building in New York City. Today its landmarked architecture and historic lobby have been beautifully restored during its conversion to condos, which includes the addition of luxurious amenities. These include a roof deck with an outdoor kitchen, playground, lounge area, and outdoor shower.

25-Broad-Street-01 The Broad Exchange Building, #501 (The Corcoran Group)
From the Listing: Residence 5I is an expansive two-bedroom, two-bath home, and an oversized corner great room that easily accommodates both living and dining room uses. This gathering space incorporates an inviting, open kitchen with paneled Poliform cabinetry, appliances from Bosch, Miele, and Liebherr, Caesarstone countertops, and a Lazza crystalized breakfast bar, in addition to an in-residence washer and dryer. The primary bedroom, comfortably fitting a king-sized bed, has generous walk-in closet space and an en-suite primary bathroom featuring Waterworks crystal fittings, chinchilla mink marble countertops, Italian glass tiles, a built-in mirror and medicine cabinet, and a deep soaking tub. See floor plan and full details here.

99 John Street
27 stories | 442 units
Completed in 1933 | Converted in 2007
7 availabilities from $650,000

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99 John Street was designed by Shreve, Lamb & Harmon, the same architects who designed the Empire State Building further uptown, and started out as an office building before being converted to a rental and then a condominium with luxe amenities that include a rooftop terrace with lounging and dining areas. What has not changed is its attractive architecture.

99-John-Street-01 99 John Deco Lofts, #913 (Compass)
From the Listing: Bathed in natural light from its south-facing position, this 663-square-foot alcove studio offers a delightful living space with separate areas for sleeping and working. The clever layout creates a sense of division between the living area and the bedroom, giving the apartment a luxurious one-bedroom ambiance at the price of a studio. The kitchen is a stylish haven with stainless steel appliances, including a full-sized refrigerator and a dishwasher. Adorned with Caesarstone countertops, the kitchen features white lacquer cabinets with self-close drawers, offering a sleek and modern aesthetic. The bathroom is equally chic, showcasing Calcutta marble tiled floors, countertops, and backsplash, providing a pristine and sophisticated backdrop. See floor plan and full details here.

20 Pine Street
35 stories | 409 units
Completed in 1928 | Converted in 2007
19 availabilities from $750,000

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In the heart of the Financial District, the Art Deco former headquarters of the Morgan Guaranty Trust Company have been transformed into a residential condominium with interiors by Armani/Casa. A rooftop terrace lounge offers beautiful landscaping, a water feature, and views of the Lower Manhattan skyline.

20-Pine-Street-01 The Collection, #801 (The Corcoran Group)
From the Listing: Upon entering 801, you’ll notice many of the upgrades: seamlessly-incorporated sliding door to the bedroom, a luxurious glass door to the rain shower, matching modern towel racks and hooks, custom-fit bespoke window coverings for the large windows, a top-of-the-line ac/heat unit, which is a significant upgrade from the sponsor-provided unit, upgraded dishwasher, and storage-maximizing shelving units and organizers in the closets. The thoughtful layout was built to enjoy a natural flow for living, working, and lounging in comfort. See floor plan and full details here.

111 Fulton Street
10 stories | 163 units
Completed in 1940 | Converted in 2008
8 availabilities from $630,000

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111 Fulton Street's transformation from a Neo-Classical office building to condominium District involved the restoration of the existing facade, the addition of three more stories, and the conversion of the interiors to well-appointed residences and thoughtful amenities. The beautifully furnished roof deck features reflecting pools, lounge areas, cabanas, and landscaping.

111-Fulton-Street-03 District, #808 (Carini Group LLC)
From the Listing: This property features 12-foot ceiling and an extremely bright feel and an expansive primary bedroom five-fixture en-suite bath. The home office was craftily converted into a king-size second sleeping area with tons of closets space; the second full bathroom boasts a dual vanity as well and a shower for the conveniency of your family/guests. The kitchen open concept was thoroughly renovated with an enlarged marble island cook top. Other features of the apartment are a laundry room, custom recessed lighting, Dolby surround home theater sound, heated floors. See floor plan and full details here.

66 stories | 244 units
Completed in 2020
12 availabilities from $3,295,000

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Between its soaring height, textures facade, and arched windows, 130 William Street's design by Sir David Adjaye is a striking, award-winning new addition to the Financial District skyline. By virtue of its height nearly 800 feet in the air, the landscaped rooftop observation deck enjoys sweeping views of the Midtown skyline and New York Harbor.

130-William-Street-01 130 William Street, #49C (Corcoran)
From the Listing: Penthouse 64B is a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home featuring ceilings up to 11 feet and a generous private outdoor space. Oversized arched windows with elegant bronze detailing frame panoramic river and New York City skyline views with all four exposures. The outdoor loggia spans the full width of the residence, reaching nearly 80 feet. Interior finishes include wide-plank white oak flooring and oil rubbed bronze fixtures custom designed by Sir David Adjaye. The living and dining area with direct loggia access boasts an open kitchen. See floor plan and full details here.

50 West Street
64 stories | 191 units
Completed in 2016
3 availabilities from $2,149,000

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As the Financial District transitioned from an office area to a live-work-play neighborhood, the LEED-certified 50 West set new standards for height and luxury. The 64th-story observatory includes an outdoor kitchen, and views stretching from New York Harbor to New Jersey to the Atlantic Ocean make an incredible backdrop to cookouts.

50-West-Street-01 50 West, #49B (Time Equities Brokerage LLC)
From the Listing: Enter through a gallery into the bright, and airy living room with floor-to-ceiling windows that reveal expansive views of Hudson River and Statue of Liberty. Modern design of the open kitchen features a waterfall granite island, walnut cabinetry, first-in-class appliances from Miele and Sub-Zero such as dishwasher, side-by-side refrigerator and freezer, microwave, and a range hood that is vented directly outside. The primary and second bedroom both have additional built-in storages, private en-suite bathrooms and an additional half-bath for guests. The luxuriously marbled primary bathroom features heated floors, a floating backlit double vanity, electronic Toto toilet with built-in-bidet, and a soaking tub that enclosed by glass. See floor plan and full details here.

15 William Street
47 stories | 319 units
Completed in 2008
14 availabilities from $999,900

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Behind its modern facade, 15 William offers residences with extraordinary natural light and sophisticated interiors. The Penthouse Sky Lounge at the top features a catering kitchen, a private dining room, and a massive entertaining terrace overlooking the East River, the Hudson River, and the Lower Manhattan skyline.

15-William-Street-01 15 William NY, #30E (Douglas Elliman)
From the Listing: This exquisite split two-bedroom, two-bathroom residence spans 1,300 square feet with stunning views of FIDI New York’s iconic architecture and picturesque New York Harbor. The flowing layout encompasses an elegant entry foyer, leading to a spacious great room. You are greeted by an abundance of natural light flooding in from the eastern and southern exposures coming in through the expansive double-glazed windows, illuminating the space with warmth. The entire apartment is adorned with Burmese teak flooring and 9’8" ceilings. The open chef’s kitchen is a work of art, featuring custom-designed white lacquer and stainless-steel cabinetry, Ceasarstone countertops and backsplash, and high-end appliances including a fully-integrated Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer and Miele dishwasher. See floor plan and full details here.

42 stories | 90 units
Completed in 2021
14 availabilities from $1,495,000

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At Jolie, the apartments and amenities are situated on the upper levels so as to make the most of unobstructed views of the Manhattan skyline, the Hudson River, and New York Harbor. Among them is a roof terrace with a Zen meditation deck, lush planters, and an outdoor kitchen with grilling stations.

77-Greenwich-Street-04 Jolie on Greenwich, #28C (Core Group Marketing LLC)
From the Listing: This brand-new home embraces abundant natural light and offers views of the harbor and Hudson River. Details include stunning wide plank white oak floors, expansive floor-to-ceiling wraparound glass windows, 11-foot ceilings, custom-crafted millwork, radiant heated marble floors, and Poliform kitchens with fully-integrated appliances from Wolf, Sub-Zero, and Miele. See floor plan and full details here.

36 stories | 346 units
Completed in 1987 | Converted in 2020
17 availabilities from $672,450

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At 75 Wall Street, the condos are situated on the upper levels above the hotel rooms so as to make the most of river and skyline views. Residents have access to the hotel's amenities and services as well as a suite of residents-only amenities. These include a massive roof terrace with 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline.

75-Wall-Street-01 75 Wall Street, #37D (Platinum Properties)
From the Listing: We are proud to present residence 37D at 75 Wall Street, boasting gorgeous river views and a spacious floorplan with one bedroom, a home office, and two bathrooms. The kitchen is truly a chef’s dream space, perfect for entertaining with Caesarstone countertops, Boffi lacquered cabinetry, and high-end appliances. Additional features include wide-plank cerused oak flooring, Botticino marble flooring in the bathrooms, and in-unit washer/dryer. See floor plan and full details here.

50 stories | 566 units
Completed in 1931 | Converted in 2022
32 availabilities from $1,130,000

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In one of the most-anticipated condo conversions of the past few years, the landmarked, Ralph Walker-designed headquarters of the Irving Trust Company at 1 Wall Street were transformed into luxury residences, though not at the expense of the Art Deco architecture. Move-ins and closings began earlier this year, and the building's Whole Foods and Life Time Fitness outposts are also open. The One Club at the top of the building offers residents over 100,000 square feet of amenities; among them is a two-level landscaped terrace with direct views of the Statue of Liberty.

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From the Listing: Residence 1503 brings uptown, pre-war elegance to the Financial District. This classically designed two bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom residence features a gracious foyer that welcomes guests into a large living room and open kitchen. The two king-sized bedrooms feature en suite bathrooms and west-facing views looking out over the green trees of historic Trinity Church, One World Trade, the Hudson River, and open skies. The building’s one-of-a-kind residences maintain the integrity and sprawling character of the 1930s scale, boasting ceiling heights over ten feet throughout and wide-plank French Oak hardwood floors. See floor plan and full details here.

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