Battery Park City is a planned neighborhood covering 92 acres at the southwestern tip of lower Manhattan. The housing stock is made up of modern luxury towers that are either condominiums or rentals. The Battery Park City Green Building Guidelines were among the first of their type, making the development one of the “greenest” in the United States.
Due to its somewhat remote location, Battery Park City is truly a neighborhood of its own. It caters to residents’ lifestyles, with a number of gyms, restaurants, parks, indoor tennis, racquetball and golf facilities.
Brookfield Place is a beautiful indoor mall where you will find fashion, food and art. Saks Fifth Avenue opened here recently. Two of the restaurants found here are Del Frisco’s Grille and P.J. Clarke’s. An ice skating rink is also featured.
Walking along the waterfront and North Cove Marina are great pastimes in Battery Park City, as well as dining at the many outdoor cafes when the weather permits. The apartments here offer stunning views of the waterfront, harbor and the Statue of Liberty. Stuyvesant High School, one of the city’s finest public high schools, is located here.
Manhattan’s skyline continues to evolve as more and more high-rises are constructed, giving property buyers fresh options every day.
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