Chatham Towers

180 PARK ROW, NEW YORK, NY, 10038

Active Listings
1 Active Sale
Unit Beds Baths Sq Ft Price

Building Description

Rising 25 stories into the downtown Manhattan skyline, Chatham Hill at 180 Park Row is right in the middle of many of New York City's most recognized destinations. Originally built in 1964, Chatham Towers holds 240 residences and an underground 125-car garage. The apartments for sale at Chatham Towers are designed with thoughtful modernity in mind, featuring double glazed glass windows and built-in Venetian blinds. Several of the Chatham Towers apartments even have terraces. This luxury Manhattan co-op boasts amenities that include a fully staffed 24-hour doorman, porter, maintenance staff, and a landscaped private garden.   Chatham Towers' apartments for sale offer views of Lower Manhattan, Midtown, Columbus Park, the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge. Chatham Towers is in the middle of many popular Manhattan locations including Chinatown and the South Street Seaport.  Next door to Chatham Towers is the United States Court building, and surrounding the property is a decent amount of green space for any New York City apartment complex.  Residents are also in close proximity to Columbus Park, Chatham Square, Thomas Paine Park, Foley Square, and Collect Pond Park. Residents can enjoy the South Street Seaport in Manhattan's growing Financial District. Chatham Towers residents are conveniently lcoated near the Chambers Street/Brooklyn Bridge subway stops where they can catch the 4, 5, 6, J, and Z. With luxury and convenience, Chatham Towers at 180 Park Row is a popular real estate listing in the Financial District.

Building Amenities

  • bike storage
  • common storage room
  • doorman
  • garage
  • garden
  • laundry
  • pied-a-terre allowed
Active Listings
1 Active Sale


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Nearby Transportation

Lafayette St & Duane St (3 min walk)

  • J
  • Z
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6

Subway data provided by NYC Open Data.


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