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w established 1831 66 pearl financial district
w established 1831 66 pearl financial district


66 Pearl is a collection of newly renovated studio, one, two and three bedrooms units showcasing rustic loft-like apartments with brand new open kitchens, stainless steel appliances, renovated bathrooms with marble tiles and functional living spaces.

The residences offer high ceiling, hardwood floors, large multi-paned windows, exposed brick walls and controlled HVAC.

66 Pearl is centrally located on a social and cultural hub in FiDi. The building has been extensively renovated with a new lobby and hallways. The residence abuts the weekly farmers market at Coenties Slip Park and is neighboring historic landmarks, including such as Fraunces Tavern, Stone Street, South street Seaport and Battery Park, 

66 Pearl Street
66 Pearl Street
66 Pearl Street
66 Pearl Street
66 Pearl Street
66 Pearl Street


Charles Eames

Armani Grey Quartz Stone Counters

White Lacquer Cabinetry

Stained Oak Floors

Loft-Like High Ceilings

Exposed Brick Walls

Stainless Steel Appliances

HVAC Heat & Air Conditioning Units

Walk-In Closets

Built-In Shelving (most units) 

Pets Allowed


Built 1831



Laundry in Building

Landmark Building

66 Pearl Street





Located at the intersection of three streets, 66 Pearl is a hub for social and cultural activity in the Financial District. The building is nearby such historic landmarks as Fraunces Tavern and Stone Street, and the weekly farmers market on Coenties Slip Park offers a quaint place to relax and enjoy a fresh treat in the summertime. 

Stone Street Historic District
Stone Street Historic District
66 Pearl St.

Financial District, previously known New York's business center is rapidly becoming one of New York's most exclusive residential area. This historic area is the first neighborhood to be settled in New york and offers residents some of the city's best kept secrets. Easy access to transportation, parks, museums and plenty of places to enjoy good food and the occasional drink.
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Stone Street

Stone Street

This stretch of cobblestone, said to be the City's oldest paved street, is the setting for impeccably restored brick buildings full of vintage charm that hide all manner of establishments.

New Amsterdam Market

New Amsterdam Market

As a gathering of purveyors, New Amsterdam Market will heighten the selection, quality, and availability of Regional foods, fostering increased demand, production, and supply. In time, the food system centered by the market will sustain viable, reciprocal relationships between cities, fisheries, and farms.



Delmonico's offered an unheard of luxury – the availability of private dining rooms (located on the third floor) where discriminate entertaining was the order of the day. The basement held the restauranteur's treasure, the largest private wine cellar in the city, holding an impressive 1,000 bottles of the world's finest wines.

Near By Transportation

Near By Transportation

R1 at Whitehall St-South Ferry - 4 & 5 at Bowling Green - Ferry at Whitehall Ferry Terminal - J & Z at Broad St - 2 & 3 at Wall St

Jack's Stir Brew Coffee

Jack's Stir Brew Coffee

Jack's Stir Brew Coffee was founded in 2003 by Jack Mazzola with the goal of creating a sense of Community. By evoking childhood memories of the honest, family atmosphere of his father's business, Jack paired this feeling with the highest quality Coffee, Baked Goods, Marketplace Items and Customer Service to create the Jack's Stir Brew Coffee Experience.

Bowling Green Park

Bowling Green Park

The oldest park in New York City serves as the starting point for those famous ticker-tape parades. The wedge-shaped plot of land originally was home to a cattle market, but it became a park in 1733. An attractive fountain and benches help to make this a favorite lunchtime spot for Financial District employees, who can see the famous Charging Bull sculpture (also known as the “Wall Street bull”), a symbol of financial optimism, just a short walk away.


  • Fraunces Tavern

  • Stone Street Tavern

  • The Dead Rabbit

  • 121 Fulton Street

  • Bar Seven Five

  • Beckett's Bar & Grill

  • Beekman Beer Garden

  • Cowgirl SeaHorse

  • Fresh Salt

  • Mad Dog and Beans

  • The Full Shilling

  • The Growler Bites and Brews

  • The Iron Horse

  • The Pearl Room

  • The Woooly

  • Ulysses' Folk House

  • Vintry Wine and Whiskey


  • 9/11 Memorial

  • Musuem of American Finance

  • Musuem of Jweish Hertiage

  • The Skyscraper Musuem


  • Battery Park

  • Bowling Green Park

  • City Hall Park

  • Imagination Playground

  • South Cove Park

  • Zuccotti Park


  • Zigolinis

  • Obao

  • Pranzo Pizza

  • Fresh and Pure

  • Essen

  • Acqua at Peck Slip

  • Adrienne's Pizza Bar

  • Bin No. 220

  • BLT Bar & Grill

  • Delmonico's

  • Diwane Khaas

  • Harry's Cafe and Steak

  • Hudson Eats

  • Hummus and Pita Co.

  • Inatteso Pizza Bar

  • La Quenelle

  • Les Halles Downtown

  • Luke's Lobster

  • Magic Mx Juicery

  • Merchant's River House

  • Mulberry & Vine

  • Num Pang Sandwich Shop

  • Ruchi

  • Sweetgreen

  • Taqueria Nixtamalito

  • Terri NYC

  • The Capital Grille

  • The Cinnamon Snail



  • Candy Nail Salon

  • International Plaza Nails

  • Olga Salon & Spa

  • Shobha

  • The Spa at the Setal Club

  • Wall Street Bath and Spa


  • Fika

  • Bean & Bean

  • Blue Spoon

  • Bluestone Lane

  • Cafe Gusto

  • Crepes Du Nord

  • Financier Patisserie

  • Jack's Stir Brew Coffee

  • Manon Cafe/Leonidas

  • Robusta Esoresso Bar

  • Takahachi Bakery


  • Associated

  • Century 21

  • Jubilee Marketplace

  • La Petite Cave

  • New Amsterdam Market

  • South Street Seaport

  • Zeytuna


  • Complete Body

  • Crunch

  • Equinox

  • Lucille Roberts

  • New York Health & Racquet Club

  • Planet Fitness

  • The New York Fitness Institute

  • The Pilatium

  • UFC Gym

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