Considering your demand, I suggest you the ISO 27001 Documentation Toolkit. The templates are almost 80% complete, with comment about hat must be kept and what can be adjusted according your needs.
NIST 800-53 already has a map of its controls to ISO 27001 standard (Annex H), that can help you identify which controls need to be adjusted considering our templates.
NIST CSF and ISO 27001 are closely related, in a sense that they complement each other (CSF provides a structu red framework for controls implementation while ISO 27001 provides a worldwide recognized management framework to ensure the controls pertinence, efficiency and effectiveness), and since CSF controls are mostly based on NIST 880-53 you also can use these to make adjustments on the templates content.
About NYS DFS 500 and GLBA, unfortunately we do not have sufficient information to provide additional guidance.