The Woolworth Tower, 233 Broadway
The Woolworth Tower
For over a century, the Woolworth Building has provided an elegant architectural backdrop to City Hall Park. This National Historic Landmark has inspired countless painters, photographers, movie makers, and everyday New Yorkers.
Located a few kilometers south of 432 park in Lower Manhattan, the Woolworth Tower was originally envisioned to be four hundred and twenty feet. The building was eventually elevated to seven hundred and ninety two feet. The top thirty floors of this celebrated structure are being reimagined into thirty-four prized residences, crowned by a seven-story Pinnacle Penthouse.
The limited collection of thirty-four half floor, full floor, and penthouse condominium residences begins on the twenty-ninth floor. The residences meet state-of-the-art construction with features that include ceiling heights elevated up to fifteen feet, and multiple exposures offering spectacular bridge, river, park, and cityscape views.
The Woolworth Pool, reimagined by The Office of Thierry W Despont, is an elegant residents only retreat, situated on the Concourse Level, finished in Bisazza Mosaico, and enhanced with spa elements including a sauna and hot tub. The social and leisure offerings include the twenty-ninth floor Gilbert Lounge, a thirtieth-floor Personal Fitness Studio and the Concourse-Level Wine Cellar and Tasting Room.
The Woolworth Tower Residences are prominently positioned at the center of the ‘New Downtown.’ Overlooking City Hall Park, the Woolworth Building sits at a nexus of art, culture, and commerce, and is surrounded by fine dining, distinguished retail, and epicurean marketplaces. Highlights of the thriving neighborhood include cobblestone side streets, One World Trade Center, Brookfield Place, Hudson River Parks, and waterfront promenade.
The Park Place lobby is exclusively reserved for the thirty-four owners and staffed by a twenty-four hour doorman and a full-time concierge. The centerpiece is the original coffered ceiling that has been exquisitely restored and relocated from Frank W. Woolworth’s private office. Elegant appointments include detailed Crema Marfil, Indus Gold, and Belgian Black marble floors, maple paneled walls, and a wood crafted concierge desk. The newly installed glass and bronze detailed elevators exclusively service the tower residential floors.
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