Debbie Baum | 20 West Street #14E | Debbie Baum
20 West Street #14E is listed by Debbie Baum in New York City
20 West Street #14E

20 West Street #14E – $649,000



Price – $649,000
Maintenance/Common Charges – $699
Type – Co-op
Bathrooms – 1
Rooms – 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. – 517
Exposure – South & West

Key Features

Partial City View


Partial River View
Partial Skyline View
Central Air


Excellent Light
Hardwood Floors
Marble Bath
Oversized Windows

Watch the boats sail by! Bright West facing space highlighted by Hudson River & Statue of Liberty views! This space is perfectly geared towards being a full-time residence, NYC crash pad, or investment property and can come with a perfect tenant. Space features an open kitchen with full-size GE stainless steel appliances, including Microwave and Dishwasher, black Granite counter tops, abundant cabinet storage and a useful center island/breakfast bar and more storage. The living area is highlighted by 10′ ceilings and features highly coveted South & Western exposures. The bathroom is Italian marble with pedestal sink and large medicine cabinet, there is a large custom closet, and hardwood floors. Since 2006 this home has had only 1 tenant and is in immaculate condition! LOW CC’s + Taxes! Pet friendly Condo with 4 years remaining on the tax abatement.

Built in the 1930’s and formerly the home of the Heisman Trophy, 20 West Street, AKA the “Downtown Club” was converted to a Full Service Condominium in 2005. The property features 24 Hour Concierge and Doorman services, a Resident Manager, a Fully-Equipped Professional Fitness Center, a Yoga/Pilates Room, Spa Services, Sauna/Steam Rooms, a Media/Movie Room, an Indoor Lounge, an Outdoor Lounge, a Billiards Room, Bike Storage, an On-Site Valet, and a 46th floor Roof Deck with beyond stunning NYC Harbor, Battery Park, and Financial District views.

Located a stone’s throw to Battery Park, Wall Street, Stone Street, World Financial Center, World Trade Center, NY Presbyterian, Pace University, City Hall, Whole Foods, Eataly, West Field Shopping Center, Restaurants, Museums, Bike/Jogging paths, all Transportation, the PATH train, and much more.

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