This renovated one-bedroom condominium at 300 Rector Place 6F offers a lovely view of Rector Park and WTC. The living and dining area is spacious and boasts ample natural light through oversized windows. The unit features elegant wood flooring and crown molding throughout. The modern galley kitchen is equipped with full-sized, high-end appliances including a refrigerator, stove, under-cabinet range hood, and dishwasher. The upper cabinets are high gloss white, while the lower ones have a chic wooden finish. The large bedroom can easily accommodate a king-size bed and work from home desk. Three custom double-sized closets. The bathroom includes a vanity and linen closet with extra storage space. Monthly includes Real Estate Tax PILOT $1,080.76, Ground rent $417.43, Civic fee $50.06, Common Charge $695.02 which includes water, heat, and cooking gas. Weekday Tuesday and Thursday showing by appointment until 5pm. Contact the sellers agent for all showings. Condo building with 153 residential units featuring 24-hour concierge, live-in Super, laundry room on each floor, large yard with garden, fitness room, playroom, bike room, and rooftop sun deck. 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.