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Closings Launch at Broad Exchange Building

LCOR launched closings at the landmarked Broad Exchange Building in Lower Manhattan’s Financial District. Located at 25 Broad St. at the corner of Exchange Place, the Broad Exchange building—once the largest office building in Manhattan—includes 168 one-bedroom residences, 135 two-bedroom residences and four penthouses offering private outdoor space. 
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to reach this milestone, especially in light of the challenges posed by the pandemic,” said Anthony Tortora, SVP at LCOR. “We are looking forward to welcoming residents to their new homes and commend The Marketing Directors for our strong sales and for quickly adapting to ensure home showings and contract signings were done safely and effectively over the last year.”
Since the launch of sales, contracts have been signed for 60 of the roughly 100 available residences at the Broad Exchange Building, with more than 20 residences sold since the start of the pandemic. 


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