Prewar Condo Built 1887 in
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This elegant loft at the O'Neill is truly exceptional. Upon entering this voluminous space there is a sense of serenity and calm. With its high ceilings, soaring south-facing windows and large, square living/dining room, this loft is grand in scale. Meticulously designed and pristine, it is a wonderful marriage of original architectural details such as the beautifully restored original cast iron columns and the massive windows, and modern upgrades such as sound proof windows, newly installed oak flooring and a washer/dryer. The large kitchen has Viking appliances, custom millwork, great storage, plenty of counter space and a 150-bottle wine cooler. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and a 5-fixture bathroom en suite. Built in 1887 by Mortimer C. Merritt in the Neo-Grec style, the O'Neill was one of NYC's first department stores in the historic Ladies' Mile. Converted into condos in 2005 and known for its gilded corner domes and stunning roof terrace, the O'Neill is centrally located in Flatiron, one of Manhattan's most vibrant neighborhoods. This home offers a 24-hour attended lobby and a storage locker that transfers with the apartment.