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THE LOFT:Studio living never looked so good. Loft 1928 is a fantastic opportunity to afford space and luxury in the heart of the revitalized Financial District neighborhood. This spectacular home, offers 916 square feet of expansive living space. The ideal open floor plan, offers a flexible layout for endless configurations, and customizations. Upon entering you'll notice that S-P-A-C-E is the real star of the show; evident not only in the generous proportions of the layout, but also in the volume of the loft itself. Towering ceilings at nearly eleven feet high, give the home its one-of-a-kind feel. With massive windows that not only let in sunshine, but also offer views of the architecturally rich facade of the neighboring building, you'll feel a part of the city's history all while enjoying the modern amenities this space has to share. The Starck designed kitchen offers ample work space for cooking or entertaining, and a concealed dishwasher and garbage disposal add convenience and function. The luxurious bathroom with deep soaking tub, is clad in white-Thasos marble, and the loft is complete with a private washer/dryer.Move right in to this beautiful home as is, or transform the space by creating a bedroom area/home office or add a walk-in closet. It's a true blank canvas with opportunity limited only by your imagination. THE BUILDING:15 Broad sits between Wall Street and Exchange Place, directly across from the NY Stock Exchange. The building previously served as headquarters to J.P. Morgan from its inception in 1914 and was converted in 2005 into the 382 unit, luxury condominium it is today. The exterior of the building is landmarked for its historical significance, while the interior was transformed by world renowned designer, Philippe Starck.THE AMENITIES:15 Broad offers a spectacular list of amenities (included in your common charges) which feature: 24-hr doorman and concierge; a full-scale gym with state-of-the-art equipment; lap-pool and hot-tub; yoga/dance/martial arts studio; court basketball; squash court; bowling alley; his and her locker rooms with sauna; lounge/party room; billiard and ping-pong tables; study; movie screening room; children's play room; study; and the 7th floor 'Starck Park', a fully landscaped 5,000 sf. roof-park with sensational views of the NYSE; complete with reflecting pool, fireplace, dining tables, and lounge chairs, all for relaxation and entertaining.THE NEIGHBORHOOD15 Broad Street is located in the heart of the historical Financial District, in a neighborhood that has undergone a complete revitalization. The area is quickly becoming a hotspot for high end retail, culinary excellence and entertainment and is even more desirable thanks to its convenient access to transportation and beautiful parks.With a brand new Whole Foods joining the neighborhood and Eataly steps away, grocery shopping has taken on a whole new meaning. The beautiful Brookfield place is a short walk and is complete with Saks 5th Avenue and 100+ retailers ranging from Zara, Apple to higher-end Gucci, Burberry, and Hermes. The area is chock full of celebrity chef, and Michelin star restaurants, with Nobu, Jean George and Momofuku, and the Danny Meyer and James Kent restaurants respectively atop 28 Liberty St and 70 Pine St. Neighborhood classics add to the appeal, such as Delmonico's, Capital Grille and Bobby Van's and of course the charm of Stone Street. The South Street Seaport is just moments away, with great restaurants, an iPic movie theatre beautiful waterfront.