There are a number of great apartments in Battery Park City, no matter what your budget. Battery Park City rentals can range anywhere from roughly $2,000 to $50,000 or more for their accessible location. There are also several Battery Park City luxury apartments available for sale, some selling up to $15 Million or more, but many more affordable Battery Park City apartments do exist for sale, starting in the $300,000 range.
280 Rector Place, located in Battery Park City, is coming on the market soon so keep an eye out!
280 Rector Place
Platinum agent, Jeff Gordon, has the latest exclusive listing at 280 Rector Place. It is a spacious, sundrenched 625 square foot one bedroom in the heart of Battery Park City. The apartment offers a king size bedroom with redesigned custom California closets. Enjoy a pass-through kitchen as well as a large living room, perfect for a complete living room set and a small dining table, or barstools at the breakfast bar. The Soundings building also features a 24-hour doorman and on-site super. The elegant lobby with marble flooring includes leather couches and a fireplace. Amenity spaces are found on the 2nd floor and include a lounge, billiards table, kitchen, playroom, gym, and roof deck. There is laundry on every other floor. The building also has bicycle storage and private storage. The unit is priced at $525,000 and will be on the market soon.
In Battery Park City you’re not far away from the hustle and bustle of professionals walking to and from the glittering World Financial Center, but you’re also never far from joggers, small boats, yachts, and calming river views – we call it high-end inner quiet.
Battery Park City History
Once the home of container shipping and seaport traffic, Battery Park City is among one of the newest neighborhoods of New York. It was originally conceived in the 1960s as an urban revitalization plan, but it was not until 1979 that the city planners created what we now know as Battery Park. The area began as a simple landfill for the original World Trade Center; however, after the events of 9/11, the neighborhood received immense support from the Battery Park Conservancy and City Authority in an effort to revitalize such a contemporary part of American history.
This serene neighborhood offers quiet parks, scenic routes, and an immaculate upkeep similar to that of a suburb. Battery Park City contains a mix of mostly high-rise and some low-rise buildings, many of which were built between the 1980s and 1990s. There is approximately 30 acres of green space along the lovely waterfront giving this unique neighborhood its widely sought after laid-back, yet active vibe. As a resident, you’ll find the outdoor seating areas filled with people enjoying lunch from food trucks or other quick options like Shake Shack on Murray Street.
Battery Park City Lifestyle
Beyond the outdoor appeal, such as the draw of Rockefeller Park, BPC boasts the suburban lifestyle while still remaining easily accessible from the 1,2, 3 trains, and the R line. Unlike the other NYC neighborhoods, BPC residents find homes in luxury high-rise condos or rental buildings, many offering concierge services, top-of-the -line gyms, and parking garages.
Find an apartment in this quiet, yet active NYC haven by contacting a Platinum agent today!
Interested in 280 Rector Place? Email Jeff Gordon directly at [email protected] for more information!