A registered historic landmark in the Financial District, Liberty Tower's ornamental spires and angled roof are a symbol of Lower Manhattan. Near a number of important Downtown landmarks such as the Federal Reserve, the South Street Seaport, Battery Park, and the Brooklyn Bridge, Liberty Tower is at the center of this fast-growing neighborhood. Liberty Tower may not longer be the dominant skyscraper that it once was, having been eclipsed by its neighbors, but it has remained in the top league of Lower Manhattan co-ops. With the Fulton Street subway complex only a few blocks to the north, almost anywhere in New York City is a short train ride away from Liberty Tower.
Neoclassical design mixes with contemporary accents in each of the apartments for sale at Liberty Tower. Surprisingly open floor plans for this pre-war co-op conversion are augmented with high ceilings and elegant, recessed lighting. Many of apartments at 55 Liberty Street are loft style with an atrium and large windows that provide expansive views across Lower Manhattan, as well as bringing in natural light. One of the key features of living in Liberty Tower is its customizability; apartments can be converted into a number of different configurations as residents see fit. Areas in each residence can be converted into bedrooms, dens, and other living spaces. Solid wood floors and ornate crown molding tie rooms together, bringing with them the Gothic designs so sought after in Old New York-style apartments.
One would never know that Liberty Tower is a conversion considering its amenities. A video intercom system, rapidly gaining popularity in Manhattan, and doorman provide security for all residents at 55 Liberty Street. Its best feature however, is proximity to many of Lower Manhattan's best shopping, dining, and cultural opportunities, onto which no price can be affixed.