200 Water Street

200 WATER ST, NEW YORK, NY, 10038

Type
High-rise
Architect
Corchia-de Harak Assocs
Developer
Rockrose Development
Active Listings
19 Active Rentals
Unit Beds Baths Sq Ft Price
STUDIO 1 BATHS 515
$3,165
no fee
STUDIO 1 BATHS 587
$3,250
STUDIO 1 BATHS 590
$3,350
no fee
STUDIO 1 BATHS 546
$3,400
STUDIO 1 BATHS 569
$3,450
STUDIO 1 BATHS 586
$3,525
STUDIO 1 BATHS 632
$3,550
STUDIO 1 BATHS 506
$3,550
STUDIO 1 BATHS 690
$3,650
no fee
1 BED 1 BATHS 697
$3,855
1 BED 1 BATHS 577
$3,900
1 BED 1 BATHS 650
$3,995
no fee
1 BED 1 BATHS 680
$4,135
STUDIO 1 BATHS 730
$4,150
no fee
1 BED 1 BATHS 785
$4,300
no fee
STUDIO 2 BATHS 1,160
$5,300
no fee
STUDIO 2 BATHS 1,165
$5,600
no fee
2 BEDS 2 BATHS 1,060
$5,885
no fee
2 BEDS 2 BATHS 980
$5,985
no fee

Building Description

Living at 200 Water Street may appeal to Manhattan apartment hunters searching for New York City homes. A Post-war High-rise building, 200 Water Street offers apartments for residents. A take on the rental, these apartments are currently available on the market. 200 Water Street provides choices for apartment hunters with this building. Apartments at 200 Water Street have design features like oversized windows. Building features and amenities include doorman and concierge. 200 Water Street features 32 floors and 576 apartments. 200 Water Street was established in 1971. The listings at 200 Water Street in Manhattan's Financial District are available for those looking for Post-war High-rise apartments.

Building Amenities

  • billiards room
  • concierge
  • doorman
  • elevator
  • fitness center
  • laundry
  • lounge
  • rooftop deck
  • screening room
  • valet service
  • washer/dryer allowed
Type
High-rise
Architect
Corchia-de Harak Assocs
Developer
Rockrose Development
Active Listings
19 Active Rentals

Location

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Nearby Transportation

William St & John St (3 min walk)

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Subway data provided by NYC Open Data.

Fulton/Seaport

The well-preserved historic Fulton/Seaport area is tied to New York’s rich maritime history. The neighborhood features some of the oldest architecture found in Downtown Manhattan, and the narrow winding streets take you on a journey through history with numerous restored early-19th-century...

 
 

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