Gateway at 375 South End Avenue
375 South End Avenue - Battery Park City
Have a one-of-a-kind New York City rental experience at an elegantly-designed apartment building in the heart of Battery City. 200 Gateway Plaza at 355 South End Avenue was built in 1983 and boasts a stunning prewar-inspired influence in its design. It provides a number of choices for apartments as it has 420 units in this 35-story building.
The building is fitting for its Manhattan location. Its beautifully-designed green surroundings from the outside of the building give a refreshing feel. From the lobby and in each unit inside there is a design of exquisite living. The spacious apartments have a calming ambiance with their white painted walls. Each room is appointed with oversized windows, where the view of the rest of the neighborhood can be enjoyed.
The bedrooms are likewise spacious. Enjoy the heart of the morning sunlight as this room has another window. Also delight in creating sumptuous meals in the kitchen of this NYC real estate property. It provides convenience, as it is supplied with every necessity. There are various stainless steel appliances including a stove, microwave, and dishwasher. Pre-installed cabinets also make it easy to store other kitchen supplies and equipment.
Aside from the conveniences in each apartment, there are other amenities as well. You can have an active lifestyle as it is home to a generously-sized swimming pool and a fitness center. There is also a doorman and a concierge.
In addition, visit the rest of New York City easily as this NYC building is ideally situated near various means of transportation.
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- Stunning Pre-war Building
- Prime Battery Park City Location
- Great Subway Connections
- Video Intercom System
- Good Public Transportation
- Full Service Garage
- Elegantly Designed Apartments
- 24-hour Doorman
- Many Apartments
- No Balconies
- No Roof Deck
- Borough of Manhattan Community College
- Pace University
- Bowling Green
- City Hall Park
- Wall Street
- New York Stock Exchange
- Trinity Church
- Woolworth Building