Open House Information
299 Pearl Street, 2A, Financial District
Date: Thursday, 06/27/19
Time: 5:00PM - 7:00PM
Date: Saturday, 06/29/19
Time: 1:00PM - 2:00PM
Date: Sunday, 06/30/19
Time: 1:00PM - 2:00PM
299 PEARL STREET, APT 2A - SOUTHBRIDGE TOWERS COOPS
Price: $915,000 | Maintenance: $658.74
OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE:
Thursday, June 27th (5pm - 7pm)
Saturday, June 29th (1pm - 2pm)
Sunday, June 30th (1pm - 2pm)
Extra large 2-bedroom / 1-bath, located in the Financial District - Historic Seaport neighborhood. Low monthly maintenance includes heat, gas, hot water, ELECTRICITY and real estate taxes! Pets are allowed w/ board approval and there is a fully renovated laundry room located in the building with card operated washers and dryers. Great location directly across the street from the newly redeveloped South Street Seaport, Peck Slip School, and The Brooklyn Bridge. Plus quick and easy access to the Southbridge Towers new private (resident's only) playground.
299 Pearl Street is one of 9-buildings associated with Southbridge Towers, a 1,651 apartment cooperative housing complex. SBT features 24-hour security, maintenance staff, attended lobbies, basketball court, children's playroom, resident library, private playground, community room, two Icon parking garages - SBT residents discount is $350 per month, and resident storage rooms-for an extra fee. When opened in 1971, Southbridge Towers became synonymous with Lower Manhattan residential living. Today, Southbridge Towers remains at the epicenter of Lower Manhattan's new era of revitalization.
Now is a great time to buy at Southbridge Towers; with modern renovations being considered for all SBT lobbies, hallways, building entrances and courtyard spaces.
Please be informed that new shareholders are prohibited from subleasing their units for the first two (2) years of their ownership. After the two (2) year period, it is permitted to sublet for two (2) consecutive years out of every five (5). Subleases must be for a period of at least twelve (12) months and a maximum of twenty-four (24) months.
For generations, what's known today as Lower Manhattan served as the whole of New York City. Centuries of expansion drove real estate and infrastructure north of Chambers Street, transforming New York from a downtown hub into a sprawling metropolis. The neighborhood features unique shopping and dining experiences on the riverfront, and year-round cultural activities including music festivals, museums and galleries. With 12 different subway lines located in the Fulton Street Transit Center, the neighborhood's transportation services remain unmatched by any other area of Manhattan. One of the fastest growing residential hubs in New York City, the new Downtown is home to recently constructed schools, hospitals, parks, and much much more!
FULTON STREET TRANSIT HUB:
Subways: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, A, C, E, J, Z, R, W & PATH Trains
(Plus the M15 select bus and many more express busses)
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