The Beekman Residences provide a high-profile life. Literally. Starting at 172 feet, situated on top of a boutique hotel, these one, two and three-bedroom apartments, plus the coveted Beekman Penthouses, offer a life of luxury unmatched in downtown NYC. These high-end homes were styled by renowned interior designer Thomas Juul-Hansen whose signature touches can be seen in features such as the Madreperola Quartzite counter-tops and back-splash, Miele appliances and bathrooms accented by Gascogne Blue limestone. Residents round out their impeccable lifestyle with access to world-class amenities and services such as in-house dining services by Tom Colicchio’s on-site restaurant and personal training sessions at The Beekman’s state-of-the-art fitness center.
The Beekman’s convenient Downtown location makes it an ideal spot for those who work in the Financial District or nearby TriBeCa. A neighborhood that’s recently being referred to as the East Coast’s “Silicon Valley”, Downtown NYC is a hotbed for shared space buildings that house countless start-ups, app developers and other innovative tech offices. It’s no wonder that so many young professionals are calling this area their new home.
An easy commute to work is great, but let’s not forget how important it is to play. Thankfully the area surrounding these Manhattan condominiums is a known destination for the city’s best bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural attractions. Brookfield Place is the brainchild of French food market visionary, an English fashion designer and the owner of an Italian luxury goods company. It also happens to be one of the most popular shopping arenas in the city offering a plethora of designer names like Ferragamo, Burberry, Bulgari and Zegna, plus a number of impeccable, chef-driven restaurants. Names like P.J. Clarke’s Burger Saloon, Blue Ribbon Sushi and Umami Burger attract visitors from near and far who come to sample gourmet eats and stock up on clothing and accessories from designer names. Other popular downtown restaurants include BLT Market and Grill, The Capital Grille and Nobu, all of which boast critically acclaimed menus from established, nationally renowned chefs.
Downtown NYC boasts numerous green spaces, riverside walkways and waterfront promenades, providing a peaceful escape from the bustle of Manhattan living. Among some of the most popular retreats are City Hall Park and Battery Park, both destinations for breathtaking views and beautiful scenery. City Hall Park is surrounded by government buildings dating back to 1812, which providing a perfect atmosphere for relaxing and people watching. The bike path leads directly to the iconic Brooklyn Bridge offering impressive views of downtown Manhattan and beyond. Battery Park is another spacious 25-acre park situated on the southern tip of Manhattan, offering spectacular waterfront views of New York Harbor. It is a favorite destination among downtown residents who welcome the occasional escape from city life.
Downtown NYC is also celebrated for it’s numerous museums, art galleries and cultural events, such as the annual TriBeCa Film Festival, which attracts filmmakers, actors and film fans from around the globe. The 9/11 Memorial and Museum is another popular destination for locals and tourists who come to pay their respects to those who suffered through the tragic event in New York’s history. No matter your hobbies or interests, the neighborhood surrounding The Beekman Residences offers a dynamic lifestyle to accommodate a wide range of preferences.