The 37-story, Art-Deco story skyscraper at 88 Greenwich Street, also known as the Greenwich Club, has been converted from a rental to a condominium apartment building by Thorwood Real Estate, which bought it for $195 million from World-Wide Holdings.
The beige-brick building, which is also known as 19 Rector Street, is a few blocks north of Battery Park and a few blocks south of the former World Trade Center site. Worldwide had converted it to a rental from an office building several years ago.
88 Greenwich has 458 apartments. The building was rected in 1930 and was designed by Lafayette A. Goldstone. The tower has several setbacks that are highlight by green, yellow, brown and beige terra cotta patterns and bands of red brick also are used to visually modulate the facades.