45 John Street is a unique piece of New York real estate located in the historic Financial District. The concept of this project is to marry innovative and modern interiors with the pre-war facade of the building, which harmoniously blends with the surrounding buildings. The team for 45 John is headed up by Jerry and Stuart Katzoff of Manhattan Capital Real Estate, which also own the uber-popular Il Mulino Italian restaurant in the Village. The facade consists of a light brown brick interspersed with numerous oversized windows.
The residences at 45 John Street are spacious and loft-like. Each have a modern and contemporary design aesthetic. Ten-foot high ceilings soar above luminous American Walnut flooring. Spacious bedrooms offer ample closet space. Units also include Bosch Washer and dryer units as an added convenience. There are also some "cooler" modern conveniences such as Ipod docking stations with in-wall speaker systems. The kitchens are outfitted with a full suite of stainless steel appliances and frost-white countertops. Baths are equally well-appointed with Zuma soaking tubs, marble countertops, wood accents and custom finishes.
The lobby of 45 John Street is attended 24-hours to accept visitors and packages for guests. There is extensive concierge service available as well. There is a laundry facility with commercial-sized washers which residents can use should they require larger washing machines. The amenities of this New York real estate property also include a fitness center and a roof deck where residents can relax with a good book, sunbathe, or just enjoy the serene FiDi and river views.
The building is located in the well-known Financial District, just steps from the site of the World Trade Center. The Financial District is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Manhattan and features beautiful pre-war architecture and cobble-stone streets. There are many restaurant and shopping options in the area. However, there is not much by way of night life and entertainment, which can also be viewed as a positive, since the area is fairly quiet at night.