88 Greenwich Street was constructed as an Art Deco office building in 1929 and converted into a luxury rental high-rise in 2007. Designed by Lafayette Goldstone, 88 Greenwich Street stands 38-stories tall and is one of the architectural gems of the Financial District. The 24-hour doorman and concierge attended lobby at 88 Greenwich Street captures the classic, pre-war style of New York with a grotto water fountain, rosewood paneling, and rich chocolate marble that make it exceptionally inviting.
The 452 luxury apartments in 88 Greenwich Street were all fully renovated during the conversion process and come with high-end finishes. These luxury apartments come in three different layouts, all of which have 10-foot ceilings, oversized windows, and hardwood floors; most have walk-in closets. The kitchens boast top-of-the-line appliances by Sub-Zero, Viking, and Fisher & Paykel; the bathrooms feature deep-soaking Kohler tubs. The luxury apartments at 88 Greenwich Street also feature distinct modern touches like individual climate control and an in-wall iPod port that connects to speakers in the bathroom and kitchen. Some of them have private balconies as well.
88 Greenwich Street boasts a bevy of amenities, many of which are distinctly pre-war in style. For example, the library features a fireplace and grand piano, while the Harbour Room provides a choice setting for private parties. 88 Greenwich Street also features a billiards room, sky deck with lounge areas, cafe, and a state-of-the-art gym. 88 Greenwich Street's quiet location in the Financial District offers more than would be expected, because my retail stores, restaurants, and gourmet grocers have moved into the area.