Located in the heart of Lower Manhattan’s Seaport District, Fortis Property Group’s all-glass residential tower 1 Seaport rises 60-stories above the waterfront offering unobstructed river and city skyline views from nearly every residence.
“1 Seaport contributes significantly to the resurgence of this historic district amidst expanding options for retail and dining, making it one of the most desirable places to live in New York,” said Jonathan Landau, CEO, Fortis Property Group, LLC. “Seeing the project to fruition is a defining moment for our firm and marks the residential renaissance of this neighborhood.”
Designed by architect Goldstein, Hill and West with interiors by Groves & Co., the tower offers 80 light-filled residences ranging from one- to four-bedroom homes and topped with two duplex penthouses. Additionally, each home is designed with a corner master bedroom and almost all include expansive harbor side terraces, which offer views of the East River and city skyline.
The residences feature oak flooring, custom millwork and tailored floor-to-ceiling, triple-paned glass walls. Modern kitchens offer custom walnut cabinetry with upper-door Calacatta Gold inlays, concealed pulls, an illuminated Calacatta Gold marble backsplash and Gaggenau appliances. Additionally, each home is equipped with an LG washer and dryer and radiant heated floors in all perimeter bathrooms.
1 Seaport also boasts three floors of amenity space offering residents a multitude of services, including a state-of-the-art fitness center with separate yoga and training rooms, 360 degree view water spa, replete with a “floating” glass edged infinity pool, a digitally activated rain shower, a relaxation lounge and glass enclosed steam and sauna. Custom pendant lights, complemented by up-lit bollards, cast a welcoming glow on the stone and brass detailed porte cochère, where a dedicated 24-hour valet exclusively services the private cobblestone driveway. Additional amenities include a 24-hour doorman, children’s playroom, sky terrace, lobby lounge and bicycle storage.
“1 Seaport’s waterfront location is simply unrivaled and offers a new perspective on city living,” said Fredrik Eklund of the Eklund Gomes Team. “This is a thriving neighborhood where residents can enjoy access to the many dining, cultural and shopping destinations in addition to utilizing the river as a mode of convenient transportation.”
1 Seaport is rising as part of the $1.5 billion transformation of the Seaport District, a portfolio of public and private development projects with iconic public open spaces, curated retail and destination dining. The new Seaport will include a reimagined Pier 17 and Fulton Market—a premier fashion and dining marketplace with a seafood brasserie and flagship restaurant by Jean-Georges Vongerichten in addition to an iPic Movie Theater, which will be the most luxurious cinematic complex in Manhattan. Public transportation is also easily accessible, with many subway lines stopping at the nearby Fulton Station, and an expanded new ferry network, which focuses on the East River, that will launch in 2017. By 2018 there will be five new routes for the East River Ferry network.
Prices will range from approximately $1.2 million to nearly $20 million. The sales gallery, located at 180 Maiden Lane, is now open. The Eklund Gomes Team of Douglas Elliman is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for the property.