20 Exchange Place

20 Exchange Place

New York City, New York, 10004

 57 Units 
 57 Floors 
 Built in 1929 
This is for the 20 Exchange Place in New York City. For other buildings, 20 Exchange Place.
The 20 Exchange Place building is located in Financial District, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan. It is 57 stories tall. It was last renovated in 2009. It features 350 residential units. The building was developed in 1929.

Explore the Battery Park area. City Hall Park is only less than 0.56 miles away. Interested parties can shop at South Street Seaport. For learning, you can visit Federal Hall and Museum Of Jewish Heritage. The Skyscraper Museum is here. You can find Delmonico's nearby. Taste Of Tokyo and Joseph's are some of the restaurants in the area. The location is very convenient for those attending Pace University. O & M Food Inc is one of the grocery stores here.
Features & Amenities
Feature Common Outdoor Space
Feature Doorman
Feature Elevator
Feature Fitness Center
Feature Laundry In Building
Beds Baths Unit Price Posted Sqft
Studio 1 Bath 701 $2,450 2 weeks ago   -
Studio 1 Bath 1232 $2,490 23 weeks ago   -
Studio 1 Bath 1502 $2,540 2 weeks ago   -
Studio 1 Bath 4106 $2,610 2 weeks ago   -
1 Bed 1 Bath 1808 $3,320 2 weeks ago   -
1 Bed 1 Bath 5503 $3,365 2 weeks ago   -
2 Beds 1 Bath 1526 $4,015 3 weeks ago   -
2 Beds 1 Bath 1608 $4,150 2 weeks ago   -
2 Beds 2 Bath 1513 $4,550 1 day ago 1,100
3 Beds 2 Bath 1513 $4,550 6 days ago 1,100
3 Beds 2 Bath 4801 $5,165 2 weeks ago   -
Nearby Transportation
0.10 mi at Wall St (Wall St and William St)
0.11 mi at Broad St (Exchange Pl and Broad St)
0.23 mi at Rector St (Rector St and Trinity Pl)
0.24 mi at Whitehall St (Whitehall St)
0.24 mi at Bowling Green (Battery Pl and State)
The Area (Financial District Apartments for Rent)

The Financial District is home to the New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street, and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. It is the heart of commerce in New York and in the United States. By day, the Financial District is the epicenter of finance. By night, however, it’s one of the city’s quietest neighborhoods. With dazzling views of the skyline and new industries moving into the neighborhood, the Financial District is becoming a more and more popular location for young professionals to live and work.

The Financial District has doubled its population of residents between 2000 and 2014. Renters looking to find an apartment in this neighborhood will find that the area has adapted greatly to its growing number of residents. Grocery stores, post offices, and restaurants are a plenty. There are many newly-renovated, amenity-rich luxury...

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