No weekend showings. Discover the luxury of waterfront living with this beautiful one-bedroom condo at 380 Rector Place #18C, featuring a large private balcony with stunning views of the Hudson River and Rector Park. The unit faces northeast, providing plenty of natural light throughout the day, and boasts a spacious living and dining area with elegant wood floors and large windows that offer breathtaking vistas. The open kitchen features plenty of upper and lower cabinet storage, steel appliances including a dishwasher, gas cook-top (no oven), microwave, and refrigerator, and an extended counter with a breakfast bar for added convenience. The bedroom is generously sized, easily accommodating a king-size bedroom set and desk, and includes a wall of custom closets for ample storage space. The unit is currently occupied by a market-rate tenant which could provid a steady stream of income. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to own this exceptional condo in one of Battery Park City’s most sought-after buildings! Monthly includes Real Estate Tax PILOT $1,083.87 and $961.16 Common Charge (ground rent, civic fee, water, heat, and cooking gas). $504.90 capital improvements special assessment until Oct 2023 Liberty Terrace is a 1986 25-story residential building with 248 condominium units. Amenities include: for fee riverfront fitness center, steam and sauna with swimming pool and outdoor sun deck, laundry on every floor, under 25 lbs dog friendly, and 24-hr concierge. Battery Park City is a prime residential area surrounded by a wealth of green space. Nestled between the Hudson River Greenway (HRG) on West Street and the Hudson River, the neighborhood is a hub for outdoor activities like walking, jogging, biking, and sailing. Residents can take a short stroll to Brookfield World Financial Center, which features world-class shops and restaurants like Bottega Veneta, Salvatore Ferragamo, Gucci, Theory, Lululemon, Liberty Cafe, PJ Clarke’s, Seamore, Del Frisco Grille, Parm, and Sant Ambroeus. Westfield World Trade Center is also nearby, offering additional shopping options, including Eataly. For those who prefer to venture further afield, FiDi/Wall Street, South Street Seaport, and Tribeca are easily accessible, as are two Whole Foods, and Target. The neighborhood also offers convenient transportation options, including the free Connection Bus, the Oculus with the Path and subway connections, NY Waterways, and major MTA bus and Rector St subway lines (1, R, W, 4, 5). Excitingly, the new Perelman Performing Arts Center is set to open in September 2023, further enhancing the cultural landscape of Battery Park City.