Currently configured as a two bedroom, two full bathroom, this classic, quintessentially "Downtown? Beaux Arts loft stunner is located in the heart of the Flat Iron District and offers all the fundamental bells and whistles that make the area's architecture so coveted, including 1,500 square feet of totally flexible space; 11 foot ceilings; two apartment-spanning exposed brick walls; central air conditioning; hardwood floors; original load-bearing Doric columns; keyed elevator access; sunny Southern exposures from a high floor which comfortably clear the adjacent building; and a private fire door.
A masterpiece in design, the aesthetic of the residence is the product of natural materials whose textures, tones and hues complement the abundant natural light and the metals, bricks and millwork of the original structure. The grand open chef's kitchen offers a Viking range with Five Star overhead ventilation, Subzero refrigerator, a wine cooler and other top appliances. There is a separate open dining room and living area, several walk-in closets and smart, subtle built-ins throughout.
The building's landscaped rooftop deck boasts Empire State Building Views.