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Dutch Street has been part of New York City and the historic Financial District since the 18th century, when the Dutch settled, and has seen the city grow and settle around it. Today, towering above the streets of one of the most stylish and sought-after pockets in Lower Manhattan, 19 Dutch is a shimmering crown jewel announcing the arrival of a new Downtown. The 770-foot-tall glass-clad marvel, a collaboration be- tween highly-regarded GKV Architects and internationally-recognized Colum McCartan, is introducing 483 residences and a tower that is inspired by the whimsical romance of the Dutch Golden Age, creating a level of design that doesn’t exist in a rental in Lower Manhattan.

“It’s striking moments, such as when residents first step into the building, that create the impression of luxury,” said McCartan, the interior designer of 19 Dutch. “We sought out to innovate and create one-of-a-kind, art-directed spaces; from the custom design centric elevator cabs that are Dutch-inspired to the small crafted and elevated details within the apartment corridors – the Dutch is truly in the details.”

Ranging from studios to two-bedroom residences, floor to ceiling windows elevate residents above the cityscape with renaissance-inspired cerused oak flooring and natural interiors. With the Dutch tradition of Gezelligheid in mind – a lively atmosphere with a heightened sense of well-being and comfort – Blizzard White quartz countertops create a modern appeal in the bright and airy homes, inspiring those who live there to add their personal touches. Kitchens will feature custom ITALKRAFT cabinets in a cerused finish with aluminum frame surrounds. Upper cabinets will be matte white with under-cabinet lighting, complementing the white quartz countertops. Bathroom vanities will also feature quartz counter tops and custom mirrors with integrated back lit LED lighting.

Amenities throughout the building take cues from the 24-hour attended lobby, inspiring residents with an eclectic design. From the custom fixtures in the club lounge and canteen to commissioned works of art on display throughout the building. On the 64th floor is the communal sky lounge – a beautifully executed roofscape that is perhaps the most breathtaking example of the Dutch principle of indoor/outdoor balance. From its enclosed sunroom and terrace gardens with unprecedented views of the skyline and waterways, residents are elevated above Lower Manhattan. Additionally, 8,100 square feet of retail is located at the base of the building.

Life at 19 Dutch takes you inside, through and beyond the typical borders. At every turn, there lies a path to different worlds – Chinatown, Tribeca, SoHo and beyond. The revitalized energy of Lower Manhattan, endless transportation options and the convenience of Fulton Street will allow residents to define their neighborhood any way they wish.

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