|Address:||75 West Street (map)|
New York, NY 10006
|Neighborhood:||Financial District, Manhattan|
|Leasing Manager:||Skyline Developers|
|Year Built:||1926 (approximate)|
|Structure:||18 floors, 206 apartment units|
|Current listing(s):||2 no-fee|
A pre-war high-rise doorman building offering a gym and laundry facilities. The building is named Post Towers after The New York Post, for which it was built in 1926. The apartments have high ceilings.
|$4,050||1-Bedroom, 1004 sq ft||01/Dec/2015||23/Nov/2015|
|$4,725||2-Bedroom, 1034 sq ft||01/Nov/2015||20/Oct/2015|
See Post Towers listings 2 listing(s), all of them 'no-fee'
+Post Towers archived (expired) listings (811 total)
After the NY Post left the building in 1970, the Bank of New York used it until 1996. The building was converted to residential use in 1999.