This newly renovated, entirely customized duplex in Flatiron’s O’Neill Building feels very much like a townhouse sitting within a historic landmark. Encompassing 2,168 sq ft +/-, this 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath residence, fully renovated by architects Naiztat + Ham, features soaring 13-ft, 6-in +/- ceilings, LV wood floors, wrought-iron columns and the highest quality fixtures, hardware, and finishes throughout.
Enter the pin-drop quiet home via the duplex’s lower public floor and into the light-filled open-plan living, dining and kitchen space that is the focal point of the home. With three oversized southern-facing windows overlooking a quiet, picturesque block, the space enjoys sunlight all day. The chef’s kitchen features custom cabinetry and storage, as well as an oversized Ceasarstone island that can fit up to six. The kitchen is outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances including a six-burner Wolf oven and range with hood, two dishwashers, Scotsman ice machine, and dedicated wine refrigerator.
Upstairs you will find the private rooms of the home. The master suite features an entire wall of well concealed storage, as well as a vanity area and Waterworks master bath with soaking tub, dual vanity and separate shower. The home features two additional well-proportioned bedrooms, one of which is currently a home office, that share a full bath. An AV system with in-ceiling speakers and Crestron remote control, full-sized washer/dryer, and a large same-floor private storage unit that conveys with the sale complete this unique offering.
Reimagined by CetraRuddy in 2007, the O'Neil Building was originally built in 1887 as a department store. The 7-story condominium is now comprised of 48 units, with amenities such as full-time doormen and staff, superintendent, and a 4,000-sq ft +/- landscaped roof deck with outdoor kitchen. Centrally located, you are near to Madison Square Park, Union Square, and the city’s best restaurants and shopping.