The Downtown Club at 20 West Street is centrally located near every major subway lines including the 1,4,5,R. You are steps to the Battery Park City Esplanade and Hudson Waterfront. The Zaytuna market is right on the corner for all your grocery needs and is open late. The local Whole Foods is located five minutes north in Tribeca and offers $5 delivery to the building. Also steps away is The World Financial Center Plaza which hosts P.J. Clarks, Banana Republic and Erwin Pearl to name just a few.
If you're looking for the nightlife and restaurant scene just take a short walk to Stone Street named after it's cobble stones. Here's where you'll find the latest Wine and Whiskey Bar called Vintry and the local favorite Ulysses which hosts an amazing Sunday brunch and Monday lobster night.
When you want to venture a little away from home you can take a quick taxi ride to the Lower East Side or Tribeca.
This soaring hi-rise is one of Manhattan?s most distinctive art deco skyscrapers. The former site of the Downtown Athletic Club the building was completed in 1930.
Designed by Starret & Van Vleck, the building is a rare example of a vertical clubhouse, the irregular massing of the design reflects the shape and configuration of the original athletic facilities, which once included a swimming pool, tennis courts and miniature golf.
Since 1935, the club has sponsored the Heisman Memorial Trophy, awarded to the nation's outstanding college football player, the club closed in 2002 and the building was converted to the Downtown Club Condominium in 2005.
In 2009, The Downtown Club was registered by New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission
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