TML Marketing Two NYC Wall Street Buildings
- Aug 28, 2014
New York—DTH Capital has appointed TOWN Marketing and Leasing, the leasing arm of TOWN New Development, to serve as the exclusive listing agent for both 63 and 67 Wall Street, two luxury residential buildings located in Manhattan’s Financial District.
“What’s really great about these buildings are they are historical buildings and as historically significant as Wall Street is,” Anna Zarro, director of development marketing and leasing of TND, tells MHN. “There is a substantial feeling with the buildings. They’ve all been redesigned and reimagined for residential but now are undergoing another renaissance with the layering in of updating what has been done in the past.”
With the deal, TML now has more than 1,600 residential units in its leasing portfolio.
“We are pleased to have TOWN as our leasing agent,” Steve Galiotos, DTH Capital’s CEO, says. “We are confident that TOWN will enhance the reputation and brand of the buildings within the luxury rental market.”
Known as The Crest, 63 Wall Street is a 37-story building situated between Hanover and Pearl Streets. It includes 476 residences and offers a mix of studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments with prices starting at approximately $2,395 a month.
All residences offer solid maple cabinetry and granite countertops in the kitchens, and bathrooms finished with imported Italian marble.
Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman, elevator, state-of-the-art fitness center, laundry room, bike room, valet services, screening room and resident lounge.
Also called The Crest Lofts, 67 Wall Street is a 25-story building with 331 apartments, and offers a mix of studios, one and two-bedroom apartments with prices starting at approximately $2,395 a month.
All units contain high ceilings, custom European cabinetry, granite countertops, marble baths and parquet wood flooring as well as private terraces in select homes. Amenities for the building includes a private fitness center, sun deck, storage facilities and more.
“Originally when these buildings were converted it was post 9/11, and now with this renaissance happening, and the way redevelopment has been driven in the financial district, there’s a much more dynamism than there has been and it’s not just a neighborhood of 9-5 Wall Streeters,” Zarro says. “The spread of who is likely to want to live in these buildings and their lifestyle wants and needs are has shifted and we’re responding to it and in some cases preparing for it.”
TML also represents DTH Capital’s leasing efforts of 20 Exchange Place, a 57-story luxury mixed-use rental building currently comprised of 546 apartments with the seven remaining floors of office space, currently being converted to residential. This conversion will bring another 220 units online in the fall.