Rented until 4/20 Luxurious one bedroom one bathroom condominium for sale in the newly-built Financial district located in downtown NYC. Designed by Armani Casa the aesthetic has influenced every detail in creating a spectacular full lifestyle experience at 20 Pine. The modern kitchens feature high-end appliances from Miele and Sub-Zero, Fisher & Paykal, and include a washer/dryer in each unit. Concealed by wood cabinetry they seamlessly integrate these units into the living rooms, while maintaining an absolute elegant aesthetic. The bathrooms are a true haven here, outfitted in handsome stone and exotic woods, and featuring the ultimate in pampering; a recessed rain shower, and a deep soaking bathtub. Apartments have very high beamed ceilings, ebony stained hardwood floors, recessed custom lighting, and contemporary paint tones. Upon arrival, you will be greeted and attended to by 24-hr. friendly doorman. You may never want to leave the building because you can curl up and read in the cozy library lounge, sun yourself on the 25th floor open air terrace, refresh yourself at the collection pool and spa with a Turkish Hamman-state-of-the-art steam room, practice your game at the golf simulator, shoot pool in the billiards lounge, and exercise at the collection club. There is even a playroom for the little ones. The nearby new Fulton Center has most all subway lines with 4/5/2/3/A/C/E/J/M trains (2/3 train access through the building). Low common charges and generous multi-year tax abatement make for very favorable carrying costs, for either home ownership or investment. With restaurants and retails stores and outdoor dining on Stone Street, the area is sure to appeal to many pallets. 20 Pine Street has 408 units on 38 floors, and is situated at Pine and Nassau Streets, close to Broadway, the iconic New York Stock Exchange, the famous South Street Seaport, and the stunning new World Trade Center. The condominium building has restored exterior Egyptian motif that includes 17 sphinx gargoyles, and was once the home of Guaranty Trust Company, where the bank vaults have been restored and can still be seen in the lower level of the building.