The 125-unit, 16-story Flatiron building was developed by The Witkoff Group and designed by Alan Wanzenberg. Available units range from a 1,433-square-foot two-bedroom asking $3.8 million to a 3,309-square-foot four-bedroom asking $13 million.
The interiors by Wanzenberg have hardwood entry doors, wide-plank white oak flooring, beamed ceilings, oversized windows (some of which are floor-to-ceiling) and kitchens with handcrafted SieMatic cabinetry and marble countertops. The master bathrooms are graced by double vanities, marble floors and walls, radiant heat floors and sweet, softly lit sconces.
The “tower residences” all have ceilings over 11 feet and extra-large master suites, and some possess private terraces. The duplex penthouse starts with a double-sided fireplace and private master suite with two dressing rooms on the main level, while a dedicated bar area, outdoor kitchen and fireplace cheerily occupy the upper level. And it’s all capped with a double-height, skylit rotunda. Just look at that outdoor/indoor living:
Amenities include a doorman, porter, 24-hour concierge, 10,000-square-foot residents’ club, 60-foot heated lap pool, hot tub, gym, yoga and pilates studio, spa treatment room, locker rooms with steam and sauna, children’s playroom, bicycle storage, resident storage units, a live-in resident manager and a private courtyard garden designed by Signe Nielsen of Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects.
Douglas Elliman is marketing the property. And what greater endorsement than the fact that Elliman superstar Fredrik Eklund is moving in? Eklund enthused on Instagram, “My new home also has a big lap pool, 2200 sq ft gym, three yoga rooms, saunas, juice bar and kids playroom. Derek and I will be moving there with Mousey and Fritzy and it will be one of the very best buildings in New York.”
Renderings: Vuw Studio for 10msw.com