10 Hanover Luxury Apartments
Located in the heart of New York’s famous Financial District, 10 Hanover Square offers studio, one bedroom and two bedroom luxury rentals. Residents enjoy the benefits of being only one block from the East River, a stone’s throw from the New York Stock Exchange and literally around the corner from South Street Seaport. A post-war gem, the luxury rentals at 10 Hanover Square offer more than just the convenience of their location - they illustrate an elegance that make it a premier building in one of NYC’s most exciting neighborhoods.
Classic hardwood floors adorn each of the luxury rentals within 10 Hanover Square, adding a touch of class to these apartments. The kitchens are adorned with European-style cabinets, granite counter-tops as well as modern stainless steel appliances. The bathrooms offer residents of these luxury rentals the choice between luxuriating in the soaking tub or taking a quick shower in the separate shower facility. Granite tile graces the floors of the bathrooms, once again illustrating the level of elegance enjoyed by the residents of these luxury rentals at 10 Hanover Square.
Whether it is watching movies in the screening room, kicking back in the clubhouse, or taking a steam in the on-site sauna, 10 Hanover Square offers a myriad of options for residents of its luxury apartments. The 30, 000 square foot fitness center, fully equipped, also includes a two story rock climbing wall. Residents of 10 Hanover Square can avail themselves of resident-only group exercise programs as well. On-site storage and a doorman, along with a twenty-four hour call center and concierge services further illustrates the level of class enjoyed by those living within these luxury rentals. 10 Hanover Square offers something for everyone - more importantly it offers the comfort and sophistication for which anyone can hope.
My grandmother got a luxury apartment 20 years ago 10 years ago it switched to condo and she bought in.? | Yahoo Answers
if its a condo she is an owner. So the apartment is gonna have to buy it at fair value, which may or may not be listed in the condo docs. What you need to do is get her condo docs and review it or have a lawyer review them to she what her rights exactly are.