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130 William: Where World-class Architecture and Amenities Meet


The Lightstone Group is back with a bold, new, building. 130 William Street is downtown architecture at its finest.

The Building: Architecture Reimagined at 130 William

130 William Street is a 66-story, 800 ft. tall building in lower Manhattan. A residential high rise, 130 William has 241 total units ranging from one bedrooms to a full-floor penthouse. Construction began in 2020 and wrapped up in 2022.

The building is unlike anything else in the downtown skyline. The arched windows draw inspiration from classic Manhattan architecture, and the hand-cast concrete facade brings a natural touch to the contemporary material. They give 130 William’s exterior a distinct, porous texture reminiscent of pumice. The dark concrete is accented with shining, hand crafted brass fixtures and smooth Italian marble details. Together, these contrasting materials make 130 William a striking, unforgettable building.

The Amenities: World Class Luxury at 130 William

130 William’s commitment to thoughtful and luxurious design extends to the building’s incredible amenities.

Residents can enjoy a variety of amenities, including convenient services, community spaces, entertainment facilities, and health and wellness centers. Here are some of the highlights.

Services and Community Amenities

Residents of 130 William Street have access to many services, including highly trained staff. There is a full-time doorman, a concierge, and an on-site resident manager.Other conveniences for residents include a large laundry room, bicycle storage and miscellaneous storage space, and a pet spa for those with furry friends.

Residents can also enjoy a variety of community spaces, including these 10 lounges:

  • Clubroom
  • Bar
  • Catering Kitchen
  • Private Dining Room
  • Game Area
  • Landscaped Outdoor Space
  • Rooftop Grilling Station
  • Rooftop Outdoor Dining Area
  • Rooftop Outdoor Lounge Space
  • Rooftop Private Cabana Terraces

In these lounge spaces, residents can host parties, relax with friends and family, or take in amazing views all on their own. 130 William has everything New Yorkers need to create their own urban oasis in the heart of the Financial District.

Health and Wellness Amenities

The amazing amenities at 130 William also include a suite of health and wellness centers.

The gym has state of the art workout equipment for all kinds of training–from cardio to weightlifting, endurance and flexibility. There is also an adjacent yoga studio that can be used for private training. For residents that enjoy some fresh air as they workout, there is an outdoor terrace attached to the gym that is perfect for stretching or taking a breather. Sports enthusiasts will love the indoor basketball court which is filled with natural light and has a viewing gallery for the less athletically inclined residents.

After a good workout, residents can cleanse themselves and relax in the spa. The spa evokes the exterior facade, with dark gray tile walls and large, arched windows to let in light. This dramatic chiaroscuro is punctuated with bronze fixtures and gleaming waters. The spa contains multiple pools: an infinity pool, a thermal pool, and a cold plunge pool. There are also lounge chairs, a message room, a dry sauna, and a rain shower for pampering yourself after a dip in the pool.

Entertainment Amenities

Finally, 130 William has several entertainment amenities that residents can enjoy.

The IMAX private theater brings the big screen experience home to you. With IMAX technology, comfortable seating, and an adjacent wet bar for entertaining, residents can enjoy professional quality movie screenings at their convenience.

130 William has a children’s play room with multiple athletic zones where kids can burn off some of their energy. A mini basketball court, soccer pitch, and trampoline are sure to delight active kids, while activity tables allow your children a place for their creativity to thrive.

The Residences: 130 William’s Refined Interiors

The residences at 130 William are bright and airy, filled with natural light let in by the building’s distinctive arched windows. Wide planks of white oak flooring run throughout, and bronze details add a gleaming warmth to the interior space.


All residences come with an open plan kitchen, outfitted with state of the art Gaggenau appliances. The fine, custom cabinetry is made by Pedini, and the countertops are a beautiful, dark marble. There is plenty of space for food preparation and entertaining, with a floating island that offers room for seating.

Both the primary and secondary bathrooms in the residences are fitted with Italian marble mined in the Apuan Alps of Tuscany. The primary bathroom features a soaking tub, a walk-in shower, and a custom Pedini Italian dual vanity with illuminated mirrors. Secondary bathrooms feature a soaking tub and shower combo, with a single sink and mirror. Powder rooms come with a walnut wood sink and marble basin.

Loggia Residences

The Loggia residences occupy the top ten floors of this 66 story building. These residences bring the luxury of 130 William to the next level, offering unparalleled downtown Manhattan living. The double height ceiling living rooms can reach up to 19 ft., letting in amazing light and views of the city. The open plan living room and dining area lead into the outdoor loggia, blurring the boundaries between inside and outside.

These airy interiors flow seamlessly into the outdoor loggias–covered exterior corridors that function as balcony, passageway, and lounge space. With such a large amount of outdoor space, residents can host open air parties with unbeatable views of the rivers and city. However, the loggias are just as good for residents who want to enjoy their morning coffee in the fresh air or to take in the sunset with a glass of wine.

Loggia Residence bathrooms include Salvatori Italian marble bathtubs and sinks, as well as bronze fixtures and Italian walnut vanities with illuminated mirrors. There is also a walk in shower.

The Neighborhood: Lower Manhattan

Lower Manhattan is where it all began. This hub for business, government, and transportation is seeing a resurgence of food, entertainment, and arts all while maintaining its illustrious history.

The Financial District’s Historic Roots

130 William is located in the beating heart of NYC–lower Manhattan. This neighborhood, also known as the Financial District, is historic and bustling. Some of Manhattan’s oldest buildings still stand here, like the Fraunces Tavern which was built in 1719 by Stephen Delancy. Other historic Financial District buildings include towering skyscrapers built in New York’s art deco heyday like One Wall Street and 70 Pine Street.

130 William was designed with a sense of place in mind. The classic architecture of the Financial District informs the structure’s shape while the contemporary materials used create a new path forward for the neighborhood’s development.

Downtown Manhattan’s Cultural Resurgence

The buildings are not the only things being revitalized in the Financial District. The neighborhood is changing, becoming more and more resident friendly.

To the South, there are multiple outdoor recreation areas, including Battery Park and Battery Park City which offer unbeatable views of the Statue of Liberty and the Hudson River. Shopping centers like The Oculus and Brookfield Place offer luxury goods while the South Street Seaport has a collection of boutiques, restaurants, and bars. The Seaport also has a historic museum the whole family will enjoy.

To the North of 130 William, you will find trendy neighborhoods packed with good food and nightlife, like Tribeca and Chinatown/The LES. City Hall and the New York City courts are also only a few blocks North of 130 William.

Connect to the Rest of the City

130 William is also right next to Fulton Street Transit Center, one of the most convenient transportation hubs in NYC. From here, residents can get to any part of the City using one of the center’s 8 different subway lines. 2 more lines, the N and W, are only a couple of blocks away.

For those who drive, 130 William is very close to the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge, as well as the Holland Tunnel.

The Developer and The Architect: The Forces Behind 130 William

There are a couple of major forces behind the creation of 130 William–the architect David Adjaye and the developer the Lightstone Group.

Designed by Architect Sir David Adjaye

Sir David Adjaye OM OBE is a world renowned, award winning, British Ghanaian “starchitect.” He has designed everything from luxury single family residences to major museums. While he has built structures all over the world, some of his most famous works in the United States include the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C., Ruby City in San Antonio, Texas, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver in Colorado.

Here in New York City, he designed the Studio Museum in Harlem, but he had yet to design any residential spaces for NYC until 130 William. In fact, 130 William is Adjaye’s first residential high rise in the United States. In all of his works, Adjaye seeks to creatively combine contemporary design with the unique history of the surrounding area. At 130 William, he used this context to create a building that could not exist anywhere else but here.

Developed by The Lightstone Group

130 William was developed by the Lightstone Group, one of the U.S.’s largest private real estate companies. Lightstone has built a diverse array of properties, including office buildings and residential housing, as well as hospitality, commercial, and retail spaces.

Their 178 properties around the world combine to be worth around $6 billion, and their future development plans are projected to come in around $3.5 billion. They plan to further develop projects in New York City, Miami, and Los Angeles. NewDevRev will keep you up to date on any more Lightstone developments coming to the city in the coming years, so be sure to check back to learn more.