Luxury Apartments in NYC's Financial District

THE DUTCH IS IN THE DETAILS

19 Dutch is more than a dramatic update to the classic skyline of lower Manhattan. It is a shimmering cultural jewel announcing the arrival of a new downtown. One that’s genuinely welcoming, warmly livable, highly enviable, and begging to be discovered. 770 feet above the streets of this newly buzzing neighborhood, the glass-clad marvel features a uniquely patterned frit design that bestows dramatic dimensionality to the new high-rise building.

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DISCOVER GEZELLIG

Feel the warmth and familiarity intrinsic to Dutch culture with a thoughtfully provided range of amenities and services. Choose from a range of light-filled studios, 1-2 bedroom apartments, and penthouse residences with views in every direction.

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IN-HOME CONCIERGE SERVICES

With every thought placed on the resident's experience, luxury living at 19 Dutch is truly seamless. From home maintenance to daily housekeeping, residents will find any service they need at the tip of their fingers through our on-site and in-home concierge.

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WHY DESIGN MATTERS

Designed by GKV Architects, the residences explore the convivial Dutch concept of “gezellig”—where comfort and convenience converge in every detail through the execution of internationally recognized designer Collum McCartan’s interior wit and harkens to a time inspired by the whimsical romance of the Dutch golden age.

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Interior of a 19 Dutch apartment with modern living room and dining room furniture and large windows and a kitchen in the background.
Units

STUDIO – 2 BR

Total Units

483

Manhattan’s Transformation

In Manhattan’s financial district, 19 Dutch is at the center of lower Manhattan’s dramatic transformation into a vibrant neighborhood.

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BEYOND TYPICAL BORDERS

Discover the electric vibrancy of the new downtown NYC. Like 19 Dutch, FiDi itself defies the usual molds. Tap into the boundless energy that pulses through, making and remaking the area for every generation.

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Scenic building on the river in Lower Manhattan.
Exterior of Dorlan's Tavern
The interior of The Oculus building's foyer.
Isamu Noguchi's Red Cube art sculpture outside a building in the Financial Center.

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