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150 Nassau is a tall 23-story building that was built in 1895 as one of the areas largest buildings of that time. It is currently located across the street from Pace university, City Hall and blocks from the Brooklyn Bridge. There is currently new construction being finished adjacent to 150 Nassau Street that will also add to the neighborhoods overall character and continue to bring it into a new and more modern age.
The full-service pre-war building lies on City Hall Park and has a 24 hour concierge, live-in super, a gym and an amazing roof deck! Also offered is parking off the Florence Knoll designed lobby. The lobby features an extremely comfortable sitting area and a beautiful Library.
It was converted to condominium in 2003 and has 125 apartments, a 24-hour doorman and a step up entrance.
The architect for 150 Nassau Street
The building was built in 1895 and designed by Robert Henderson Robertson. Using Grey Haverstraw Brick and is one of the earliest steel frame buildings ever built. The style is a Romanesque and Renaissance style.
Apartment Features: East, Gas, West, Prewar Detail, Beamed Ceiling, Hardwood Floors, Excellent Light, Over-sized Windows, New Windows, Walk in Closets, Great Closet Space, Washer/Dryer, Dishwasher
Building Features: Roof Deck, Private Storage, Video Security, Guard, Health Club