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Building: 1 Rector Park

333 Rector Place, New York, NY, 10280
174 units15 storiesBuilt in 1985

Building Description

1 Rector Park is a new condominium conversion with modern interiors, full-service amenities, and a unique waterside location in New York’s greenest neighborhood, Battery Park City. Irresistibly priced studio to 4 bedroom homes are fully completed and available for immediate occupancy.

Spacious, modern, and flexible – the residences of 1 Rector Park are an appropriately sophisticated backdrop... [more]

Building Amenities

  • Children's playroom
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Gym
  • Laundry in Building
  • Live-in Super
  • Parking Available
  • Community Recreation Facilities
Location
  • NYC Storm Zone 1

Building Facts

Facts 174 units15 storiesBuilt in 1985
Building Class RM
District Community District 101City Council District 1Police Precinct 1
Floorplans 150 floorplans available
Documents and Permits 7 documents and permits
Discussions 4 discussions
 
Sales Listings 2 active sales ($1,294 per ft² avg, $2,572,500 avg price)
242 previous sales ($932 per ft² avg, $1,116,295 avg price)
Rentals Listings 5 active rentals ($57 per ft² avg, $4,550 avg price)
137 previous rentals ($56 per ft² avg, $3,916 avg price)
 
Owned by: BATTERY PK CITY
Architect: Costas Kondylis & Partners
Developer: 333 Rector Park – River Rose, LLC

Sales - 2 active

$3,750,000  
 
7 rooms, 4 beds
3 baths, 1 half bath
2,636 ft²
$1,395,000  
 
2 beds
2 baths
1,339 ft²

Rentals - 5 active

$6,250 
 
5 rooms, 2 beds
2 baths
1,284 ft²
$6,200 
 
5.5 rooms, 2 beds
2 baths
1,284 ft²
$3,500 
 
3 rooms, 1 bed
1 bath
$3,400 
 
3.5 rooms, 1 bed
1 bath
711 ft²
$3,400  
 
3.5 rooms, 1 bed
1 bath
711 ft²

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