18 1st Place
Battery Park City
New York, NY, 10280

Built in 1997 this 114,100 sq.ft. building is 100% Other and contains 0 residential units and 2 non-residential units.

This property is currently Off Market.

    Transit

    • Bowling Green Route 4Route 5 6 Minute walk, 0.3 Miles
    • Rector St Route 1 8 Minute walk, 0.4 Miles
    • Broad St Route JRoute Z 10 Minute walk, 0.5 Miles
    • Wall St Route 2Route 3 13 Minute walk, 0.7 Miles
    • Fulton St Route ARoute CRoute JRoute ZRoute 2Route 3Route 4Route 5 16 Minute walk, 0.8 Miles
    • Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall Route JRoute ZRoute 4Route 5Route 6 21 Minute walk, 1.1 Miles

    Schools

    • Elementary School

      • Battery Park City School
        • Grades: 0K,01,02,03,04,05,06,07,08,SE
        • Principal: Theresa Ruyter
        • Phone: 212-266-5800
        • Address: 55 Battery Place
        • Website: schools.nyc.gov
    • Middle School

      • J.H.S. 104 Simon Baruch
        • Grades: 06,07,08,SE
        • Principal: Rocco Macri
        • Phone: 212-674-4545
        • Address: 330 East 21 Street
        • Website: schools.nyc.gov
    • High School

      • Citywide High School Choice, students receive priority to Millennium High School (02M418).

    Public Records

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    • Museum Of Jewish Heritage: A Living Memorial To Th took a mortgage for $5,685,016.82 from N.A. Bank Of Amerca on 2011-10-27. Show Details
    • Mortgage Agreement for $0.00 dated 2011-10-28 between Battery Park City Authority and Museum Of Jewish Heritage: A Living Memorial To Th Show Details
    • Memorandum Of Lease (Deeds And Other Conveyances) was filed on 2011-12-13. Parties: Battery Park City Authority, Museum Of Jewish Heritage: A Living Memorial To Th Show Details
    • Living Memorial To Holocaust:Museum/Jewish Etc leased this property from Battery Park City Authority on 1994-12-22 Show Details
    • Mortgage Agreement for $0.00 dated 1994-12-22 between Battery Park City Authority and Living Memorial To Holocaust: Museum/Jewishetc Show Details

    Lot

    Address
    18 1st Place, 10280
    Square Footage
    64,432
    Lot Type
    Inside
    Dimensions
    214.0ft x 251.0ft
    BBL
    1000160010

    Neighborhood

    Historic District
    N/A
    Community District
    01
    City Council
    1
    Police Precinct
    1
    Fire Company
    E010
    School District
    2
    Census Tract
    317.04

    Zoning

    Zoning District
    BPC
    Commercial Overlay
    N/A
    Special Purpose
    B
    Limited Height
    N/A
    Landmark
    N/A

    Assessment

    Tax Class
    4
    MV Land
    $17,300,000
    MV Total
    $74,462,000
    AV Land
    $7,785,000
    AV Total
    $33,507,900

    Floor Area Ratio

    Built FAR
    1.77

    Residential
    Zoned FAR 0.0
    Max 0.0 sq. ft.
    Remaining -114,100.0 sq. ft.

    Commercial
    Zoned FAR 0.0
    Max 0.0 sq. ft.
    Remaining 0 sq. ft.

    Facility
    Zoned FAR 0.0
    Max 0.0 sq. ft.
    Remaining -114,100.0 sq. ft.

    Building

    Category
    Places Of Public Assembly (Indoor) And Cultural
    Class
    Museum
    Land Use
    Public Facilities & Institutions
    Buildings
    1
    Year Built
    1997
    Alterations
    N/A
    Floors
    4.0
    Residential Units
    0
    Total Units
    2
    Floor Area
    114100
    Basement
    Unknown
    Proximity
    Unknown

    Crime

    This property is located in the 1st Precinct of Manhattan.

    Property Crime

    Very high
    In 2015 the 1st Precinct saw 1816 felony property crimes (Burglary, Grand Larceny and Grand Larceny of Motor Vehicle) committed per 100,000 residents**. This is higher then the borough's property crime rate, which was 1219 over the same period.

    Violent Crime

    Low
    In 2015 the 1st Precinct saw 258 felony violent crimes (Murder, Rape, Robbery and Felony Assault) committed per 100,000 residents**. This is lower then the borough's violent crime rate, which was 444 over the same period.

    ** This does not take daytime population into account. Actual crime rates in areas where many people work (higher daytime population) may be lower. Conversely actual crime rates may be higher in areas where many people commute out for work (lower daytime population).

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