50 Pine Street, located in the Financial District is a pre-war condominium conversion. The building retains all of the charm that it had when it was built in 1902 as the site of the Caledonian Insurance Company. 50 Pine Street brings a Old World style, but still fits in perfectly in modern day New York. The high ceilings throughout the building add to its appeal and make already large condos seem even bigger.
Lofts at 50 Pine Street leave nothing to be desired. Kitchens have Bosche and LG appliances in addition to granite countertops. Walking into a bathroom at 50 Pine Street feels like entering a spa. There are large soaking tubs and elegant oak cabinets. Condominiums at 50 Pine Street have bamboo floors and large walk-in closets.
Walking up the three step-up entrance to 50 Pine Street allows the handsome 12-story brick building to be taken in. Once you reach the front door, the 24-hour doorman will be there to greet you and your dog (yes, the building is pet friendly). A bike storage room is another nice touch at 50 Pine Street. The charm and luxury at 50 Pine Street makes a a condominium building that has lots of appeal.