The Downtown Club
20 West Street - Financial District
The Downtown Club caters to the chic, modern society that is Manhattan’s Financial District. Each apartment features an architectural design certain to inspire the busy mind. The luxury New York apartments were created to be modern and functional, and the added bonus of location makes the spaces a first choice for the business class.
Each apartment features long-plank maple flooring. This flooring extends throughout the main spaces. The kitchen is open, allowing the main areas to appear larger than they actually are. The cabinetry is Sienna and sits above and below black granite countertops. The counter space leaves much to be desired, but overall the kitchen is highly functional.
The bathrooms come with Crema Marfil baths. These marble baths are at the height of luxury and are deep and comfortable. The bathrooms at the Downtown Club serve their purpose and have most of what is expected in a luxury condominium building.
The Downtown Club offers a number of amenities to its residences, including a 12,000-square foot fitness center. Included in the center are top-notch equipment, a yoga room, a massage service and showers. A residents-only lounge includes pool tables, chess and cards. Rounding out the amenities are a 24-hour doorman, a bar, a weekday continental breakfast and concierge service.
Manhattan’s Financial District is quickly growing into a popular residential area. Within walking distance of Wall Street, the Downtown Club is ideal for business professionals. This NYC real estate is the former home of the Heisman Trophy, transformed into a number of functional living spaces.
Apartments for rent
- 24-hour Attended Lobby
- 24-hour Doorman and Concierge
- Close to Wall Street
- Good Public Transportation
- Great Subway Connections
- High Ceilings
- Private Outdoor Space
- State-of-the-art Fitness Center
- Stunning Views
- Tennis court and Miniature Golf
- Large Amount of Apartments
- No Balconies
- Some Traffic
- Pace University
- Battery Park
- Bowling Green
- Wall Street
- New York Stock Exchange
- Trinity Church