33 Gold Street
New York, NY 10038
Cross streets:
Fulton St, John St
Wall Street


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Everything looks better from the windows of the Excelsior. Placed near Wall Street, Excelsior calls 33 Gold Street home. Surrounded by the cross streets of Fulton Street and John Street, the complex is a great choice for the busy Wall Street type who wants to be a little closer to work.

Built in 1888, Excelsior was developed by the noted architect, William Grinnell. This building is designed in Queen Anne Style and is brimming with history. The pleasant brick building has an iron cast sign remaining from when it was the Excelsior Power Company Building. The narrowly built streets in the area were originally designed for horses and oxcarts, not for hectic New York City traffic. Long ago, Gold Street was originally named for the wheat grown in the area. From its historic past, Excelsior has taken on a new life. Where horses once worked, speeding cars race by and a throng of Manhattanites rush by on their way to work. Living at the Excelsior is a spectacular way to get in touch with the past and relive a piece of history. Accessible to everything on Wall Street, this apartment complex is pleasantly situated near any amenity a tenant could possibly want. 


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