May 13, 2013 - Design / Build
LCOR, a fully-integrated real estate company specializing in property investment, management and development has launched the latest apartment layout style at 25 Broad. The new A-line apartments offer renters spacious, historic homes that feature unique finishes and an abundance of light.
"With the majority of 25 Broad's construction complete and the building at 85% occupancy, we are excited to open this section of the building," said David Sigman, executive vice president and principal at LCOR. "Partnering with BoConcepts in the furnished model allowed us to showcase the new design and layouts in an environment people could envision as their home."
The A-line apartments at 25 Broad feature three walls of oversized landmarked windows and spacious layouts, as these incredible spaces offer triple exposures. These 19 homes are a mix of one and two-bedroom residences, which vary in size from 916 s/f to 955 s/f. Monthly rents start at $3,800 for a one-bedroom and go up to $5,200 for a two-bedroom home. 25 Broad's A-line homes are exquisitely designed with premium finishes including marble baths, stainless steel appliances from GE and stone countertops.
The architecture of the grand entrance and the historic elements, coupled with the modern design of the apartment interiors inspired BoConcepts to create a harmonic, lively feel for the A-line apartment furnishings, creating a space that inspires great living.
Residents at 25 Broad are offered a selection of services and amenities including 24-hour doorman, concierge/valet services, a high-tech game room and lounge equipped with WiFi, a golf simulator, children's playroom, a fitness center with a separate yoga studio and storage on every floor. 25 Broad is also a pet-friendly building.
25 Broad is a federally landmarked 21-story, 307-unit property, located in the Financial District, at the corner of Broad St. and Exchange Place, one block from the New York Stock Exchange. The building dates back to 1902 when it was known as the "Broad Exchange Building," designed by Clinton & Russell, an architectural firm. Renovated by LCOR, the building maintains its historic details with a marble lobby, 18-ft. ceilings and grand marble staircases.
25 Broad Project Team:
Architect: Cetra/CRI Architecture PLLC
Engineer: MG Engineering, P.C.
Interior Design Consultation: Me and General Design
Consulting Engineer: Demerara Engineering, PLLC
Environmental Planning: AKRF Environmental & Planning Consultants
Exterior Architect: Hoffmann Architects, Inc.
Structural Engineer: GACE Consulting Engineers PC
General Contractor: Titanium Construction Services
Mechanical/Electrical Engineers: Lizardos Engineering Associates, P.C.