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Welcome to the Neighborhood.
This is Luxury Pure. Your favorite coffee shop and grocery store are just around the corner. 8 Spruce Street, originally called Beekman Tower and currently known as New York by Gehry, is a 76 floor skyscraper designed by architect Frank Gehry between William and Nassau Streets, in Lower Manhattan, south of the City Hall and just off the Brooklyn Bridge.
8 Spruce Street is one of the tallest residential towers in the world, and it was the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere at the time of opening in February 2011. A public elementary school within the grounds makes it a bit different from the rest, as well as retail spaces. Other than that, the tower contains only residential rental units (898 in total), not that common in New York’s Financial District. The views are breathtaking and Brooklyn Bridge is right there in front of you. Go ahead, close your eyes and imagine living there with no cares in this world. Cool. Now wake up and go to work.
Floors 76
Open Date 2011
Architects Gehry Partners, LLP
Address 8 Spruce Street - New York
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