A shiny new (and golden!) teaser site is out for 42 Ann Street in Downtown Manhattan.
The seven-unit landmarked development offers full-floor condominiums, with pricing from $3.4 million. The block-through Renaissance Revival building was constructed in 1892 for Keuffel & Esser Co., a drafting and architectural instruments company. The original architects were Theodore W.E. De Lemos and August W. Cordes, known for their design of the Macy’s store at Herald Square.
Residences will have radiant floor heating throughout, barrel vault ceilings, recessed lighting, open kitchen with Viking and Liebherr appliances, an in-unit laundry room and seven-zone Crestron home automation, according to building reps. The apartments, with the exception of the duplex penthouse, will be two-bedrooms measuring 2,708 square feet.
Sources tell us that the units are coming to market soon, so keep checking the official site for more information.