Postwar Condo Built 1906, Converted 2005 in
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The Grand Madison was built in 1906 as the Brunswick Hotel, which housed the headquarters of the New York Coaching Club, the pioneer coaching organization in the country. This landmark building was converted to condominium in 2005, by El-Ad Group who also renovated The Plaza Hotel.Situated on the corner of Fifth Ave and 26th St., The Grand Madison overlooks the Madison Square Park. It features white glove service, full time doorman, valet service with dry cleaning and wash & fold, maid service and resident gym. Apartment 2D is approximately 1242 ft. It features 1 bedrooms, guest sleeping area, two bathrooms, washer and dryer, oak floors, 12ft ceilings, and oversized windows which flood the apartment with light. Kitchen is equipped with Poggenpohl wood cabinets and Viking appliances. Both bathrooms are decorated with imported Italian marble. The en-suit bathroom has double vanity sinks, separate shower stall and a soaking tub. Madison Square Park and its surrounding area are center for some of the greatest eateries in the city. World renowned Eataly is on the corner of 23rd st. and Fifth Ave.Flatiron shopping district on Fifth Ave. and Broadway is only two shorts blocks away. Subway stations are within few minutes of walking distance.