May 22, 2007

Battery Park City

Statue of Liberty View 
Waterfront Living in Battery Park City

Imagine the convenience of being able to work right in your own neighborhood, well Battery Park City was designed for residents to do just that.

The World Financial Center and the New York Mercantile Exchange are surrounded by some of the most distinguished highrise residential buildings in lower Manhattan - best of all - any building constructed later than the year 2000 has been designed to use sustainable technology to reduce energy use and increase the health of its residents.

The Solaire, is the nation's first "green" residential highrise and there are six more to come all within the 92 acres of Battery Park City. You'll also find great schools - The unique and innovate P.S./I.S. 89 - the first public/middle school ever built in the base of a residential tower and the world renowned Stuyvesant High School are both located within Battery Park City's 92 acre footprint. BPC offers suburban style living in lower Manhattan.

Battery Park City is unique because it is on a portion of land that is leased by the city. Instead of paying real estate taxes, property owners in Battery Park City pay "PILOT" payment in lieu of taxes. The common charges and "PILOT" varies from building to building depending on when the buildings were built and the time frame of the land leases.

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Battery Park City Residential Neighborhoods

North Residential Neighborhood
Battery Park City's North Residential Neighborhood stretches north for five blocks, from the World Financial Center to Chambers Street. The North neighborhood contains over 1,726 residential housing units and is home to the world's first "green" residential high-rise building, The Solaire. Also located within this area is the Irish Hunger Memorial, Stuyvesant High School, P.S./I.S. 89, Nelson A. Rockefeller Park, the new 2.8 acre Ballfields and the soon to be completed 2-acre Teardrop Park. Plans are underway for a branch of the New York City Library and World Hunger Center.

South Residential Neighborhood
Battery Park City's South Residential Neighborhood extends south for seven blocks from the World Financial Center to Robert F. Wagner, Jr. Park and encompasses the Gateway Plaza, Rector Place, and Battery Place Neighborhoods. This area contains 5,109 residential units and is home to the Skyscraper Museum, Museum of Jewish Heritage, Robert F. Wagner Park and the planned development of the Women's Museum.

Gateway Plaza Neighborhood
The Gateway Plaza Neighborhood is located south of North Cove, between Liberty and Albany Streets. The complex contains the first 1,712 residential housing units built in Battery Park City, and is comprised of three 34-story buildings, two 7-story buildings, and one 6-story building all set within a 5-acre landscaped site. Developed by the Lefrak Corporation prior to the 1979 Master Plan, it was fully occupied in 1983, and is the only building in Battery Park City not designed under the Master Plan.

Rector Place Neighborhood
The Rector Place Neighborhood includes 2,200 units in a 9-acre grouping of buildings around Rector Park, in the south residential area. This area spans the four blocks between Albany and West Thames Streets, bisected by South End Avenue and Rector Park.

Battery Place Neighborhood
The Battery Place Neighborhood is located south of the Rector Place area. The Ritz Carleton, Millenium Towers and sites to be developed. Many apartments have direct statue of Liberty View, NY Harbor and Hudson River and City views

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2 Responses to " Battery Park City "
  1. Anonymous said...
    April 08, 2009

    I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


  2. Anonymous said...
    April 24, 2010

    Stay awar from 300 Albany St. 12 apartments don't pay their CC. CC for the rest is constantly going up as a result.

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