September 5, 2018 | Curbed NY
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. Read the full story… Read more »
April 5, 2017 | Curbed NY
Plans to convert the former New York Stock Exchange building at 20 Broad Street into apartments is moving forward after the city’s Department of Buildings gave the developer the all clear last week, Curbed has learned through a tip via BuildZoom. Read the full story here.
April 18, 2016 | Curbed NY
Plans for the conversion of the former New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) building at 20 Broad Street have now been unveiled, The Real Deal reports. Development firm, Metro Loft Management intends to convert the office building into 521 luxury rental apartments with five floors of retail. In addition, the developer will also add six stories to the… Read more »