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99 John Financial District


99 John Financial District

Designed in 1933 by Shreve, Lamb and Harmon, the same architects who created the Empire State building, 99 John was renovated into a residential rental building in 1999 and today houses a most unique collection of modern loft condominiums, right in the heart of the Financial District. 99 John Deco Lofts is not your average cookie-cutter condo. The building has the long history, yet the apartments are all brand new. A classic limestone and granite pinstriped exterior gives way to chic newly-renovated interiors for a timeless balance of old New York and modern downtown living.


With 442 lofts and 100 districts floor plans (studios +1 and 2bedrooms, some 3 and 4-bedrooms plus penthouses), the residences here are very much a typical. Thick concrete walls and floors exemplify construction that’s built to last, while tall ceilings, oversized windows and open layouts make for bright airy homes. Every apartment also features new European-designed kitchens with stainless steel appliances and stone countertops, as well as luxurious baths.  Many offer private terraces, home offices, walk-in closets and skylights. Residents on the penthouse level enjoy cabanas and a spa.


Stylish common spaces such as  rood top deck with dining facilities and the comfortable lounge with billiards, a screening room and iPod docking station invite socializing and entertaining. Other amenities include complimentary wireless internet access, an on-site fitness center, 5th floor garden, 24-hour concierge, parking garage, grocery, drug store and pharmacy all onsite within the building.


Neighborhood : Financial District


As a district, it encompasses roughly the area south of City Hall Park but excluding Battery Park and Battery Park City. The heart of the Financial District is often considered to be the corner of Wall Street and Broad Street, both of which are contained entirely within the district. Read more…


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