To date, more than 35% of the apartments have been sold,equating to 121 units at the 21-story landmark building. "We arethrilled that 25 Broad St. buyers can now begin to close on andmove into their new homes," notes Kent Swig, president of SwigEquities LLC in a prepared statement. "Sales have been brisk asbuyers have recognized the property's extraordinary value. Thebuilding's newly designed lobby, redeveloped outdoor garden andpublic spaces, and elegantly redesigned residences are thefoundations of an extraordinary, modern living experience withinone of the finest landmark properties anywhere in Manhattan."


The building was originally converted to residential use in 1997by the former owner. During the 1997 conversion, the building wasgut-renovated and state-of-the-art-building systems were installed.As part of the renovation, all major building systems werereplaced, including a new roof, new elevators, and a completeoverhaul of the HVAC system. "We believe The Exchange at 25 Broadis the ideal home for New Yorkers who desire the finest residencesin FiDi, the city's fastest-growing and wealthiest neighborhood,"Swig adds.

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