Building Architect: Rudolph Daus, DeLemos & Cordes Conversion Architect: John Reimnitz
Architectural Style: Beaux Arts Year Built: 1907 Year Converted: 2000 Original Use: New York County National Bank
This amazing glass and steel constructed modern house was built atop of the landmarked Bank Building in the intersection of the West Village and the Meatpacking District. Whether a pied-a-terre or a place to call home- with three exposures, 20-foot soaring ceilings in the living room, two bedrooms and an office with no neighbors upstairs in a boutique condo- you have it all. If that is enough- you can warm your hands by the wood burning fireplace and your feet on the radiant heated terrazzo floors. This home is an ideal place to entertain guests with a proper dining room, two private terraces and a chef
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41 Madison Ave New York, NY 10010 | Phone: 212.557.6500