Postwar Coop Built 1900, Converted 1985 in
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This is the project you've been waiting for. Classic loft with a 500 square-foot skylit studio (with 14' vaulted ceilings) in a prime Flatiron location for under $1000 a square foot and low maintenance. Bring your architect and contractor and discover the rich history waiting for you at 333 Park Avenue South. Designed by J.C. Markham in 1875, 333 Park Avenue South housed not only the Tiffany Glassworks and offices of the Company but the actual factory work space where Favrile Glass was created. The amazing original hand-carved Tiffany staircase is accessible from the separate entrance to the studio portion of the apartment. Faye Dunaway and Jerry Schatzberg lived in the building in the 50s. Schatzberg was a major influence in the 1960s/70s art scene and worked with and entertained Andy Warhol, Aretha Franklin, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Edie Sedgwick, Faye Dunaway, Warren Beatty, Frank Zappa, Jimi Hendrix and The Rolling Stones (among others) in the space. Tom Wolfe payed homage to the building in his 1982 series of essays, The Purple Decades. Apartment 4C has recently been converted from a commercial to residential Certificate of Occupancy.