The New York real estate available at 60 Beach Street offers a variety of layouts. There are loft-style apartments, maisonettes (consisting of 2-3 floors of living space), and penthouses. The pre-war loft building has a total of 20 units. Some residences have private, key-locked elevator access.
60 Beach has been completely renovated on the inside, but it still retains its pre-war aesthetic and charm. One of the classically "pre-war" design elements of the units are the high ceilings, which range from 9-24-feet, depending on the apartment. The units have an abundance of light, due to multiple exposures and extra-large windows. Residences offer elegant wide-plank black walnut flooring and an abundance of closet space. Valcucine kitchens are fully equipped with top-of-the-line appliances by Sub-zero and Miele, and also offer wine coolers. The kitchens are finished with double-wide islands and elegant white crystal glass countertops. The baths are equally well-appointed with Calacatta gold marble, custom teak vanities, and Waterworks fixtures.
The building has several conveniences and amenities to offer. The building offers a laundry facility for larger loads. There is a fitness center where residents can burn calories, and afterwards they can relax on the landscaped roof deck with a good book, or perhaps just take in the stunning views. Children can enjoy the play room, while pets get pampered at the on-site pet spa.
The New York real estate offered at 60 Beach Street enjoys a central location. There are many nearby cafes, restaurants, boutiques, and entertainments, as well as multiple subway lines. Residents who take advantage of the pet-friendly policies at 60 Beach Street enjoy taking their pet to The Pet Bar South and West Broadway, and the building is also located directly across from the Montessori School of Manhattan and a barber/shoe repair shop. Nearby Piers 25 and 26 are going through a revitalization which includes plans for a new boathouse, restaurant, mini-golf course, playground, beach volleyball pits, and a large lawn by the Hudson River.