A doorman condo with no peer, this 1894 office building was reimagined in 2005 and is now available for you. Nothing is wasted in this 775 sq. ft. condo which has no hallways, and affords a large Living Room, 6 person dining room table, extra-large closets and more. The bedroom is interior and allows for multiple large furniture pieces including end tables, multiple armoires, a chair, and entertainment center. Rounded out by the bathroom and kitchen which have developer finishes. Laundry is conveniently on-floor. Originally called the Wallace Building after its developer, James Wallace, the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003. 56 Pine features full-floor residents-only social club, a full-time doorman, conference room, wet bar, fitness center.The financial district is undergoing a new life, with incredible retail buoyed by the nearby Occulus Fulton Center Station and Brookfield Place. Dining options are at an all time high and the social scene is warm. Directly across from the 2 / 3 station, you are also close to the 1 / 4 , 5 / and R trains.

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