A stately pre-war condominium conversion in the heart of Manhattan's Financial District, Greenwich Place at 120 Greenwich Street is an ornate nineteenth century building in the Italian Renaissance-style. With a handsome pre-war aesthetic and modern conveniences and amenities, Greenwich Place is a condo listing that boasts class and elegance, a leisurely Italian palazzo amidst the skyscrapers of Manhattan.
Damaged in the terrorist attacks of 9/11, 120 Greenwich Street has undergone a recent overhaul, resulting in a condominium listing that is sleekly modern and appreciative of its pre-war history. Apartments at Greenwich Place feature airy exposures with arched windows that complement their pre-war cornices and high ceilings. Technologically-advanced kitchens contain Liebherr and Bosch appliances and ranged hoods, while stunning bathrooms are finished with Brazilian granite countertops. Striking a balance between classical design and contemporary amenities, 120 Greenwich Street offers the best of both worlds.
The amenities of Greenwich Place go beyond the threshold of each condo unit, extending to include two elevator banks, a beautifully manicured roof deck, spacious fitness center, 24-hour doorman and spacious marble lobby. With prime amenities and a historic building, Greenwich Place at 120 Greenwich Street is a condominium of beautiful exteriors, complementary interiors and a wealth of convenient amenities, located in the heart of Manhattan's Financial District.