Manhattan’s Financial District is in a veritable construction boom, ranging from historical renovations to entirely new developments. Of the ongoing projects of the Financial District, Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel’s 5 Beekman Street is one of the most dynamic. It soars 51-stories behind the landmarked, and recently renovated, Temple Court, which will soon unveil itself as a hotel. The 5 Beekman construction site is old news, but new photographs of the condo’s 44th floor model unit show just how much progress has been made at the site.
In total, the 51-story development will have 68 one- to three-bedroom apartments designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen. The condos will ask from $1.2 million for a one-bedroom, $2.95 million for a two-bedroom, and $3.7 million for a three-bedroom. Currently, StreetEasy shows there are 47 active sales in the building of which 41 are in contract.
Although these prices may seem steep, the building is not without its amenities. The Beekman offers its residents a roof deck, concierge, gym, media room and in-residence dining provided by restaurateur Tom Colicchio, who will be opening a restaurant in the the exquisite Temple Court’s forthcoming Beekman Hotel. Each apartment has luxurious interiors replete with oak flooring, marble countertops, and a mahogany entrance.
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