Listing photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group
Battery Park City is definitely known for its abundance of public green space, but private green space isn’t something that immediately comes to mind when thinking of its modern apartment buildings. However, this townhouse unit at the One Rector Park condo at 333 Rector Place is a slice of suburbia in the city. The duplex home has four bedrooms plus a home office, as well as a two-car driveway and a fenced-in backyard with both a deck area and a faux grass lawn. With 2,448 square feet of interior space and another 1,413 square feet outside, the home is asking $4 million.
, Mon, September 29, 2014
Last week, we talked to five families currently raising children in New York City’s many diverse and multifaceted neighborhoods about why they pick city living over the suburbs, and most of our readers agreed that they prefer an urban upbringing to the more “traditional” suburban childhood.
But once you’ve decided to raise your children in the Big Apple, it can be tough deciding which neighborhood is best for your family. Many factors come into play: What are the best schools in the area? What amenities does the building offer? Are there playgrounds nearby? How secure is the building? And the list goes on. But to make the process a little easier, we’ve rounded up 15 of the best family-friendly buildings in New York City.
Check out our list here