Luxury Condominiums, 20 Pine The Collection and 75 Wall Street, Collaborate To Host Summer Open House Tours

Two premier residential buildings in the Financial District (FiDi), 20 Pine The Collection and 75 Wall Street, are collaborating to host a unique open house event exclusively for brokers. On Wednesday, August 10 from 4 to 6 p.m., those attending will wine and dine and tour spectacularly elegant homes at each development.

With only around 25 residences remaining, 20 Pine is entering the very final phase of its sales program. Here, where the evening will begin, brokers will have an opportunity to view the special architectural elements that make the building so popular with luxury buyers – including wonderful historical features dating back to 1928, its large variety of floor plans and the beautiful Armani/Casa interiors, and the unsurpassed amenities which have attracted buyers since sales initially began.

75 Wall Rooftop

While walking through residences #2503, #3104 and Penthouse 12, 20 Pine’s remarkable modeled homes that were staged by designer Christopher Crawford, founder of fashion label, Company of We and Cue, brokers that attend will enjoy light hors d’oeuvres and cocktails, and then be able to take the brief walk over to 75 Wall Street to view the FiDi’s other breathtaking luxury condominium.

“This is an inspiring and unusual event for brokers all around New York City. They’ll have the opportunity to visit open house tours in two of the city’s finest condominiums,” said Deborah DeMaria of Warburg Marketing Group, 20 Pine’s exclusive sales and marketing firm.

Rooftop at 20 Pine The Collection

The addition of residential buildings like 20 Pine and 75 Wall Street have attracted countless local restaurants, convenience stores and fine shops to the ever-growing Financial District once a virtual after-hours ghost town and now one the hottest enclaves in all of Manhattan. In recent years, FiDi has virtually transformed from a strictly Monday through Friday “laborhood” into a bustling, 24/7 family-friendly area.

“This event will reveal that the Financial District is simply the most modern residential neighborhood to live in,” DeMaria emphasized.