Rendering: Fredrik Eklund/Facebook
The six-story conversion of a prewar walk-up building has just three units, with retail at the ground level. Pricing ranges from $1.95 million for a one-bedroom measuring 723 square feet and to $9.5 million for the two-bedroom penthouse measuring 2,464 square feet.
Each condo in the elevator building features black-painted moldings, raised paneled mill-work, paneled windows, walnut herringbone flooring, in-unit washer/dryer and kitchen with custom wood cabinetry, pot filler, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf gas range and Miele dishwasher. The bathrooms have full-slab marble and fixtures by Waterworks; Douglas Elliman’s Fredrik Eklund, ever irrepressible, posted the up-top rendering of the penthouse bathroom on Facebook and Instagram. We checked up on the site last month.
Have floorplans below, starting with the triplex penthouse:
Units 2A and 3A are almost identical in layout, except for a balcony at the latter:
Finally, here’s a parade of teeny renderings showcasing the redone facade, floor-to-ceiling windows and mahogany staircase in the penthouse: