Life at 200 Water Street promises stunning city and waterfront views that take your breath away. This 32-story Emory Roth & Sons-designed building is best known for its oversized residences and iconic 50’ high digital clock created by Rudolph de Harak. Located across from the Seaport and steps from the chic eateries on quaint, cobblestoned Stone Street, 200 Water puts residents in immediate proximity of fine dining and shopping. The address is also two blocks from the Fulton Street transit hub, adjacent to the Financial District, and right nearby Manhattan’s first beach. Standing elegant and high, this unique statement of modern living is also a mainstay in the neighborhood. Originally built in 1971 as an office building, 200 Water was inspired by the principles of International Style of design championed by Philip Johnson, and was deliberately set back to allow for enhanced light and views.