The luxurious Beaux Arts lobby located at 15 Park Row is attended 24 hours each day, in order to make sure that residents' guests are checked in and greeted properly. This is the type of service that permeates this rental property in Manhattan's financial district.
The building itself is an architectural eye-catcher. It was first constructed in 1899 and one hundred years later in 1999, became a landmark structure which was later converted to the luxury apartment building it is now. The apartments are well-appointed, many of them featuring balconies that offer some amazing views of the city. The interiors of the individual units contain hardwood flooring and oversized windows. The kitchens feature granite countertops, wood cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. The marble bathrooms have luxurious installations like deep soaking tubs.
The amenities offered at 15 Park Row are fairly standard in terms of luxury New York rentals. There is both a doorman and a concierge available to assist residents. An attended lobby makes checking guests in and out a very simple and secure procedure. With laundry facilities on every floor residents don’t have to worry about carrying their personal belongings out of the building or even onto the elevators within.
The location is prime, and the building features views of both the great Woolworth Building and City Hall Park, each of which are nearby. Also nearby is an abundance of public transportation and the astounding Brooklyn Bridge. Taking a walk over the bridge is a must-do activity for fans of the city.