Live in your own Authentic Duplex Penthouse Loft incorporating, Pre World War 1 loft elements with 10'7"ceilings and expansive windows that flooded the original manufacturing spaces with natural light.
In 1911 - When 28 West 38th street was built, it was built as a 12 story commercial building. Throughout the 1920's The Wheeler Building would attract numerous millenary companies. The district was notable for millenary and Fashion.
William A Wheeler hired the notable architects of the day, Goldwin Starrett & Ernest Van Vleck. They would become famous for other great retail structures, including Lord & Taylor, Bloomingdales, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Abraham & Strauss.
In 1980 - The Wheeler Building was converted to residential co- op space above the first floor retail space. The well respected preservation architect Joseph Pell Lombardi oversaw the conversion that resulted in two residential lofts per floor.
Today - this Amazing 2/3 Bedroom 2.5 Bathroom Duplex Penthouse Loft is available to actually live the downtown lifestyle in a very convenient mid town location and a big plus is the 1,300 sf wrap around private roof top terrace.
Other features include, an open stainless steel Chefs kitchen is accented by the huge windows 10'7" Ceiling height on the main level with an open stairway leading to the second level, which has A ceiling height of 9'
This unique loft is accessed by a keyed elevator and double entry security system.
You must see this unique space to appreciate the value. Special assessment of $684.29 till August 2015
Building Features 12 Floors22 Units
Sold: Oct 22, 2015
-21.43% from ask / 144 Days to Sell
3 Beds / 2.5 Baths / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: -
Exclusively listed with: Brown Harris Stevens
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