Buy Dream Luxuries Condominiums In New York with Smart Investment At The Broad Exchange Building
Added: (Thu Jun 13 2019)
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Now a days, people have continued to invest their money in real estate properties. For them this is the sure short way to get rich because in recent years, real estate market has rising steadily. New York City’s real estate market has continued to be a smart investment strategy, for savvy entrepreneurs.
The Broad Exchange Building in New York offers luxurious a condominiums for buyers looking to move to the Financial District in New York City.
The Broad Exchange Building – A New York Landmark
This is the best example of turn-of-the-century skyscraper construction. It is the most prestigious and largest office building in Manhattan completed in 1902 by architectural firm Clinton & Russell to give office space for financial companies. At the beginning of 20th century, “Wall Street” recognised as country’s larger-than-life trading power, and Manhattan’s very first neighbourhood, the Financial District. It was the center of financial dominance and governmental influence.
In 1997, The Broad Exchange Building renamed as 25 Broad Street The Exchange, then it terminated its commercial reign and becomes spacious one- and two-bedroom condominium residences, offering some of the most prestigious Wall Street Condos For Sale. The redevelopment and condominium of the landmarked Broad Exchange Building has recently launched its sales in the Financial District and all of Manhattan.
“THE BROAD EXCHANGE BUILDING IS WORTHY OF THE WORLD’S MOST LUXURIOUS HOTELS.” - Elliot Willensky and Norval White, The A.I.A. Guide to New York City, Fourth Edition
If you are searching for luxury condos or apartment for sale which will fit in your budget, call on (646) 585-1290 to arrange your visit to the sales gallery of The Broad Exchange Building. You can also visit their official website https://www.broadexchangebuilding.com/ to get more information about amenities, neighbourhood, residences and availability.