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Over 3 million square feet of commercial-to-residential conversions completed.

175 Water Street

For the past 25 years, Metro Loft has had the privilege of remastering some of the most iconic buildings in downtown Manhattan’s Financial District from…

34 Stories

700,000 sq

175 Water Street

175 Water Street

34 Stories

700,000 sq

For the past 25 years, Metro Loft has had the privilege of remastering some of the most iconic buildings in downtown Manhattan’s Financial District from commercial properties into elegant multi-family luxury rentals. We are delighted to announce our first office-to-office redevelopment of an exemplary 700,000 square foot asset situated atop the vibrant South Street Seaport. Our vision for 175 Water is to bring our unique architectural talents to design and rediscover a thoughtfully curated workplace for the future.

20 Broad Street

Once the home of the New York Stock Exchange, Twenty Broad Street has been reimagined by Metroloft with the help of award-winning architecture firm Cetra…

3 Stories

533 Units

540000 sq

20 Broad Street

New York, NY 10038

3 Stories

533 Units

540000 sq

Once the home of the New York Stock Exchange, Twenty Broad Street has been reimagined by Metroloft with the help of award-winning architecture firm Cetra Ruddy. With attention paid to every detail, Twenty Broad is unique in its nod to mid-century modern style and condominium level finishes. Twenty Broad is now home to 533 market rate luxury rental apartments spread across 28 floors with an additional 40,000 Square feet of retail space.

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180 Water Street

Originally built in 1971 as a 24-story office tower, 180 Water Street is an exciting new addition to the Seaport District. The property, which has…

29 Stories

573 Units

457,238 sq

180 Water Street

New York, NY 10038

29 Stories

573 Units

457,238 sq

Originally built in 1971 as a 24-story office tower, 180 Water Street is an exciting new addition to the Seaport District. The property, which has now been converted into a 29-story, 457,238 gross square foot multifamily rental development, features interior design by award-winning firm Cetra Ruddy. The property features approximately 10,000 square feet of retail space, 580 market-rate luxury residential units and a suite of world-class amenities, including a 24-hour doorman, roof-top terrace with pool, full fitness center, children’s playroom and tenant lounge. The development included carving out a 40-foot wide courtyard at the core of the building above the second floor and reallocating that floor area to the roof, increasing the property’s height to 29 stories.

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116 John Street

116 John Street was one of the most hotly anticipated rental buildings at the time of its opening in 2012. This 35-story former office building…

35 Stories

416 Units

350000 sq

116 John Street

New York, NY 10038

35 Stories

416 Units

350000 sq

116 John Street was one of the most hotly anticipated rental buildings at the time of its opening in 2012. This 35-story former office building – converted into a 416-unit luxury residential property – contains approximately 350,000 gross square feet, a roof deck, and a ground floor retail component. Among the modern details found in the studio to 2-bedroom homes are large windows, white oak strip flooring, 11-foot ceilings, and kitchens with dark European cabinetry.

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20 Exchange Place

20 Exchange Place is a 57-story Art Deco building whose tower cuts a striking profile against the Lower Manhattan skyline. To convert this building from…

57 Stories

541 Units

800,000 sq

20 Exchange Place

New York, NY 10038

57 Stories

541 Units

800,000 sq

20 Exchange Place is a 57-story Art Deco building whose tower cuts a striking profile against the Lower Manhattan skyline. To convert this building from offices to residential rentals, Metro Loft paid considerable attention to 20 Exchange Place’s considerable historical details. The approximately 800,000 gross square foot building is now a 767-unit luxury residential property with retail component.

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67 Wall Street

67 Wall Street was constructed in 1921 as the headquarters for the Munson Shipping Company. Today, it is known as the Crest Lofts, and combines…

25 Stories

331 Units

285000 sq

67 Wall Street

New York, NY 10038

25 Stories

331 Units

285000 sq

67 Wall Street was constructed in 1921 as the headquarters for the Munson Shipping Company. Today, it is known as the Crest Lofts, and combines a historic location with unique luxury services to offer the ultimate downtown residential experience. The building was converted in 2006 by Metro Loft from a 25-story office building containing approximately 285,000 gross square feet into a luxury residential rental property containing 331 units and a retail component.

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63 Wall Street

Rebranded as The Crest by Metro Loft, 63 Wall Street – originally constructed as The Wall and Hanover Building by noted architects Delano and Aldrich…

37 Stories

476 Units

420000 sq

63 Wall Street

New York, NY 10038

37 Stories

476 Units

420000 sq

Rebranded as The Crest by Metro Loft, 63 Wall Street – originally constructed as The Wall and Hanover Building by noted architects Delano and Aldrich – was once the headquarters of the oldest and largest partnership bank in the country, Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. When 63 Wall Street was converted in 2003 from a 420,000 gross square foot 37-story office building into a 476-unit luxury residential rental property, it was one of the largest conversions being done in the entire city. In addition to its many historical features preserved by Metro Loft, 63 Wall Street also features a retail component.

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84 William Street

Occupying an enviable corner in Lower Manhattan, 84 William Street is a 17-story, 130,000 square foot residential building that was converted from commercial office use,…

17 Stories

121 Units

130000 sq

84 William Street

New York, NY 10038

17 Stories

121 Units

130000 sq

Occupying an enviable corner in Lower Manhattan, 84 William Street is a 17-story, 130,000 square foot residential building that was converted from commercial office use, containing 121 apartments and a retail component. The building, whose historical attributes were restored and updated to fit a 21st-century edifice, was originally the headquarters of Royal Insurance Company.

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135 William Street

Renovated by Metro Loft 2002, 135 Williams Street is a 16-story, 60,000 square foot residential building that was converted from commercial use into 30 loft-style…

16 Stories

30 Units

60000 sq

135 William Street

New York, NY 10038

16 Stories

30 Units

60000 sq

Renovated by Metro Loft 2002, 135 Williams Street is a 16-story, 60,000 square foot residential building that was converted from commercial use into 30 loft-style rental apartments. It was erected in 1904 and designed by Bruce Price, an influential architect of the era. The building also contains a retail component.

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17 John Street

17 John Street was redeveloped by Metroloft in 1998 from an office building into The Metro, 15-story, 121,000 square foot residential building with 111 apartments…

15 Stories

111 Units

121000 sq

17 John Street

New York, NY 10038

15 Stories

111 Units

121000 sq

17 John Street was redeveloped by Metroloft in 1998 from an office building into The Metro, 15-story, 121,000 square foot residential building with 111 apartments and a retail component. Originally coined the Tyler Building when it was built in 1920 by architects Clinton and Russel, The Metro is one of the first and finest examples of the residential revival in the Financial District. Among its many upscale amenities are a Tenant lounge, fitness center and a roof deck

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47 Ann Street

Built in 1935, 47 Ann Street is a mid-rise residential elevator building consisting of 7 stories and 30,000 square feet. Metroloft converted it from commercial…

7 Stories

12 Units

30000 sq

47 Ann Street

New York, NY 10038

7 Stories

12 Units

30000 sq

Built in 1935, 47 Ann Street is a mid-rise residential elevator building consisting of 7 stories and 30,000 square feet. Metroloft converted it from commercial loft use into 12 large, loft-style homes featuring high ceilings, exposed brick walls and hardwood floors.

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71 Leonard Street

71 Leonard Street is a quintessential Tribeca cast Iron building, built in 1910. Originally a 12,000 square foot 5 story commercial loft building, it was…

5 Stories

10 Units

12000 sq

71 Leonard Street

New York, NY 10038

5 Stories

10 Units

12000 sq

71 Leonard Street is a quintessential Tribeca cast Iron building, built in 1910. Originally a 12,000 square foot 5 story commercial loft building, it was converted by Metroloft into 8 residential loft style units with a retail component in 1997.

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2020

175 Water Street

2019

20 Broad Street

2017

180 Water Street

2012

116 John Street

2008

20 Exchange Place

2006

67 Wall Street

2003

63 Wall Street

2001

84 William Street

2000

135 William Street

1999

17 John Street

1998

47 Ann Street

1997

71 Leonard Street

175 Water Street

20 Broad Street

180 Water Street

116 John Street

20 Exchange Place

67 Wall Street

63 Wall Street

84 William Street

135 William Street

17 John Street

47 Ann Street

71 Leonard Street