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Former New York Stock Exchange building debuts luxury rentals from $2,455/month

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The 29-story building has 533 apartments up for grabs, and some of them have private outdoor space

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A little over a year after the former headquarters of the New York Stock Exchange were cleared for a luxury conversion, leasing is now underway on the 29-story building’s 533 rentals. The conversion was undertaken by MetroLoft Developers, which roped in CetraRuddy to reimagine the interiors of this large Financial District building.

The apartments here feature nearly 10-foot-tall ceilings, expansive city views, stripped oak flooring, Quartz countertops and backsplashes, and in-unit washers and dryers by Bosch. Of the total units, 75 have private outdoor space.

The rentals here range in size from studios through two-bedrooms, and many of the apartment configurations also come with a home office. Prices on the rentals start at $2,455/month.

CetraRuddy also designed a host of amenities for the new rental. These include a rooftop terrace with an outdoor movie theater, a fitness center with a private yoga studio, a children’s playroom, a library, a game room, and bicycle storage, among other features.

MetroLoft also brought on renowned interiors team ASH NYC to design 13 model homes at the building, which is located at 20 Broad Street. Those model homes can now be viewed by prospective renters. Residents will be able to move into the building starting September 15. Bold New York is handling leasing and marketing for 20 Broad Street.