Unit 13C at 150 Nassau Street is a sunny, corner three-bedroom, three-bath prewar condo unit with sweeping northern views reaching all the way to the Empire State Building and with City Hall views to the west. Located on a high floor of the landmarked American Tract Society Building, this serene loft-like home boasts high ceilings, newly refinished wide-plank oak floors, original steel columns, a sizable entrance foyer, custom built-ins, a fully-wired speaker system throughout and a gas fireplace. With 3 exposures offering plenty of cross-breeze, the spacious unit measures almost 1800 square feet. The open kitchen / living and dining area will delight any chef with top-of-the-line appliances by Viking, Subzero and Miele, plus generous cabinet space and a floor-to-ceiling pantry. The floating island with marble countertop offers additional storage and has an overhang for seating. All three bedrooms are expansive and well-proportioned. Each is outfitted with fully customized closets, including a sizable walk-in in the master bedroom. The luxury master bath has double sinks, an oversized soaking tub, and separate stall shower. The two additional bedrooms also have en suite bathrooms with ample storage space. Originally built to the design of architect R. H. Robertson, who was known for his churches and office buildings in New York, it is one of the earliest steel skeletal-frame skyscrapers in New York, partially of curtain-wall construction. Converted to condominiums in 2002 by architect Karl Fischer, this full-service luxury building has 125 apartments. There are only 4 units per floor and separate elevator banks, plus an on-site underground parking garage, a street-level fitness center (currently closed), a 24-hour doorman, live-in superintendent and a furnished and landscaped roof deck with sweeping views of City Hall, the Brooklyn and Williamsburg Bridges, and downtown Manhattan. 150 Nassau is conveniently located across from City Hall Park, in close proximity to the 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, R and W subway lines, as well as a variety of neighborhood restaurants and conveniences. Assessment of $648 in place until Oct. 2024. Images are virtually staged.