160 Front Street, a huge 7-story building in the Financial District, is a pre-war construction that is notable for its handsome two-story stone base and a cartouche decorated with a horsehead above it entrance. Reported to be a previous office building for the New Jersey Zinc Company, this decoration is said to be the trademark of the company. The building was designed by Henry J. Hardenbergh and boasts of limestone and brick finishes on the façade of the building. Now this structure has become a landmark that houses 64 apartments with various amenities.
The apartments are located on the 4th floor and above, and each one has 10-foot-high ceilings, parquet wood floors, a balcony, and 5 spacious closets. Despite its ancient architecture, modern conveniences are installed within. Its kitchens and bathrooms are brand new, as are the appliances and fixtures.
The building is equipped with an elevator and its lobby is designed in gorgeous marble and terrazzo finishes topped with stainless steel accents. There is no concierge, but there is a live-in superintendent. A laundry room is also available within the building.
The express subways are an approximately 7-10 minute walk to Fulton Street. It is also conveniently located near various establishments such as health clubs, shopping and dining areas, and some famous landmarks.