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Battery Park City

Battery Park City is a 92-acre planned residential site on the southwestern tip of Manhattan. The largest “green” neighborhood in the world, it boasts 5 million square feet of environmentally sustainable design and construction, with residential buildings such as The Solaire, Riverhouse, and Tribeca Green leading the way in sustainably conscious design. Thirty-six acres of parks and gardens and 20 pieces of public art. Surrounded on three sides by the Hudson River and bound to the east by West Street, the neighborhood is adjacent to the Financial District.

By the late 1950s, Lower Manhattan’s port district had become desolate, prompting private firms to propose the idea of a landfill development that would revitalize the shoreline. A master plan was created in the 1960s; and by 1976, infrastructure was completed using landfill collected at the World Trade Center. Building construction commenced in the 1980s and continued through the 90s, with the goal of creating a mixed-use commercial/residential district.

THE NEIGHBORS
A Lower Manhattan crowd.
WHAT TO EXPECT
A quiet, manageable neighborhood and an easy commute to work.
THE LIFESTYLE
Laid-back. Relaxing strolls along the waterfront, outdoor activities and lounging in one of the many public parks.
WHAT NOT TO EXPECT
Non-stop options for entertainment, shopping or culture.
THE MARKET
Expensive. Large rental complexes and condo buildings with plenty of in-house amenities.
YOU’LL FALL IN LOVE WITH
The immaculate upkeep and peaceful environment of this beautifully-planned out neighborhood.

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for sale

650 Park Ave Apt.2F

$ 3,300,000
3
bedrooms
3
baths
0 ft2
size
July 17, 2017
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sold

1 Central Park South Apt 1502

$ 1,550,000
1
baths
November 3, 2017
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for sale

The Lombardy Hotel – 905-915

$ 1,250,000
2
bedrooms
2
baths
1,300 ft2
size
October 20, 2016

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