Building: Downtown by Philippe Starck
15 Broad, also known as “Downtown by Philippe Starck,” is a highly coveted condo development located on the corner of Wall and Broad Streets just across from the New York Stock Exchange. In 2003, the renowned French architect Philippe Starck lead the conversion of two 20th century office buildings, the former JP Morgan bank building at 23 Wall Street and the former Equitable Trust Building into a new, luxury condominium today known as “Downtown by Philippe Starck.”
The 40-story project, located at 15 Broad, was finished in 2006 and played a large part in the transition of the Financial District from a neighborhood known exclusively as business center to one of New York’s most desirable areas for young professionals and their families. 15 Broad offers 382 apartments that all sold very shortly after hitting the market in 2004.
The luxury condominium affords residents a CEO-kind of lifestyle, offering access to a large, fully equipped roof deck with impressive views overlooking the New York Stock Exchange. Other building amenities include doorman; 24-hour concierge and on-site dry-cleaning, laundry and housekeeping services. Residents also have access to the building’s swimming and reflecting pools; a fully-equipped fitness center; yoga/ballet room; basketball and squash courts; theater, bowling alley; business center; sports lounge; recreation and children’s rooms.
Floor plan layouts range from studios to three-bedrooms. The units offer 11-foot high ceilings and lots of natural light from the units’ oversized windows. Wide-planked maple hardwoods give the units a modern feel and look while the appliances are top of the line: Bosch washer/dryer; chef’s kitchens with premium stainless appliances; bathrooms finished in honed Thassos marble complete with soaking tub.
Located in the heart of the Financial District, 15 Broad Street has great access to local transportation including the 2,3,4,5,6, A,C ,E,J,Z subway lines. The condo also is within close walking distance of the PATH and water taxis. For those really buying into the CEO-lifestyle, there are also plenty of helipads nearby too.
- Children's playroom
- Laundry in Building
- Live-in Super
- Swimming Pool
- Community Recreation Facilities
- Roof Deck
- NYC Storm Zone 4
|Facts||382 units42 storiesBuilt in 1914|
|Building Class||RM Condominium, Mixed Residential & Commercial Building (RM)|
|District||Community District 101City Council District 1Police Precinct 1|
|Floorplans||316 floorplans available|
|Documents and Permits||22 documents and permits|
|Sales Listings||15 active sales ($1,330 per ft² avg, $2,417,266 avg price)|
|702 previous sales ($1,063 per ft² avg, $1,745,620 avg price)|
|Rentals Listings||6 active rentals ($50 per ft² avg, $6,190 avg price)|
|745 previous rentals ($48 per ft² avg, $5,693 avg price)|
|Owned by:||15 BROAD STREET LLC|
|Architect:||Ismael Leyva Architects|
|Manager:||Cooper Square Realty|
|Sales and marketing:||Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group|