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The Setai at 40 Broad Street
SETAI NEW YORK CONDOMINIUM is a unique collection of luxury condominiums ideally located in the heart of the new Downtown with stunning city and water views. Boasting 25,000 square feet of the finest amenities, The Setai Wall Street will provide residents with an oasis where everything is available and all things are possible. From fine dining at Sho by Shaun Hergatt (an in-building restaurant), to an around-the clock attended lobby, to exclusive membership at the Setai Club, allowing use of the Spa, fitness center, social lounge, and roof terrace, residents revel in a life of comfort and service. The Setai offers an elite concierge service, arranging everything from theatre tickets to private jet charters.
Residence Features: Among the highlights of the residences are soaring 10'3" ceiling heights (11' on some floors) and Brazilian walnut flooring detailed with a black granite border. Kitchens: Elegant flooring continues into the kitchen, where black granite countertops & backsplashes accent Mahogany cabinetry with stainless steel bar pull hardware and self closing mechanisms throughout. Master Baths: In the Master Bath, the separate glass enclosed shower is complete with rain showerhead mounted to the ceiling. American Walnut countertops with Kohler fixtures and lavatories feature Luxor Stone tile backsplash and ceiling high mirrored medicine cabinets. American Walnut tub decks beautifully conceal the Kohler deep soaking tubs atop the black granite flooring.
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Neighborhood: Financial District
The Financial District is one of the most historic and intriguing neighborhoods in the United States. it has long been the heart of the financial industry and home to Wall Street, in recent years, the Financial District has emerged as an around-the-clock community for working, living, and entertaining, an elegant residential neighborhood, a home to world-class cultural institutions, and a center for music, dance and visual arts events.
The Financial District is home to the New York Stock Exchange. Some other things to do: Visit Stone Street (the first paved street in Manhattan), sit in Hanover Square (a triangular public park that was once home to the New York Cotton Exchange and the New York Cocoa Exchange), or explore the architecture. Trinity Church is Manhattan's oldest parish, first established in 1697. Tours of the church take place 7 days a week at 2pm. Located directly across from the World Trade Center site, St. Paul's Chapel, an Episcopal church and Manhattan's oldest public building in continuous use (1766). Take a ride on the Staten Island Ferry or head over to the Statue of Liberty. Dedicated in 1886, the Statue of Liberty remains one of the most universal symbols of political freedom and democracy. The Ellis Island Immigration Museum, including its thousands of square feet of exhibition space, movie theatres, book shop and restaurant. The South Street Seaport Museum and Shopping Mall has lots of restaurants and shops as well as piers and historic ships.Boundaries:
West Street to East River, Fulton Street to Broad StreetSubway Stations:
A, C, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, R, W, PATH Train.
Fulton Street, Broadway Nassau, Wall Street, Bowling Green,