A beautiful modern loft in an iconic prewar building, this stunning one-of-a-kind home has been featured on the cover of numerous publications. The landmarked Gilsey House co-op, built as a luxury hotel in the 19th century, is filled with elegant historic details, while this stylish apartment is an entertainer?s dream with an open kitchen layout, formal dining room, and striking Empire State Building views. Currently configured as a two-bedroom + den, the extremely flexible loft layout also allows for a third bedroom or the creation of one giant bedroom and separate home office. The soaring 12-foot ceilings are complemented by oversized windows that fill the entire home with incredible natural light all day long. The huge chef?s kitchen features a modern design that seamlessly incorporates a sit-down breakfast bar, Louis Poulsen hanging lamps, vented Viking stove, custom Sub-Zero fridge, wine cooler, and a deep sink with a garbage disposal. The two luxurious bathrooms both feature rain showerheads; the master bath has a deep soaking tub, double Duravit sinks and heated stone flooring. There are multiple walk-in closets with custom shelving, as well as central air and a Miele washer/dryer. Top-of-the-line technology includes surround sound audio, built-in USB ports, Nest Learning Thermostat, and a full ADT security system. Soundproof windows ensure the entire apartment remains pin-drop quiet. The pet-friendly building provides a full-time super, keyed elevator, and video intercom for maximum privacy. The building located in the exciting NoMad location is directly across the street from the Ace Hotel, with a range of world-class restaurants and grocers; Eataly, Trader Joe?s, and Whole Foods; Madison Square Park and much more all within walking distance, while the N/R train is steps from your front door.