Located on the northern edge of Madison Square Park in Manhattan’s Flatiron District, the Grand Madison is one of Manhattan’s most attractive pre-war apartment buildings. Built in 1906 in a renaissance-revival style, this red-brick pre-war 12-story mid-rise has an elegant limestone base and ornate stone carvings below the roof. The Grand Madison, located at 225 Fifth Avenue, was formerly the Brunswick Hotel and also known as the Gift Building, and this 12-story pre-war mid-rise specialized in providing elegant showrooms for retailers, which speaks to the classic style and elegance that can still be found at The Grand Madison.
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Nomad, (North of Madison Square Park) is one of Manhattan's on-the-rise residential neighborhoods. The neighborhood sits roughly from 25 Street to 30th Street between 6th Avenue and Lexington Avenue and is noted as the historical home of some of New York City's finest hotels in addition to several distinct buildings including the New York Life Building, the Gift Building, and the Toy Center. The neighborhood is also home to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and world-famous Eataly Italian market. Nomad has one of the most celebrated collections of fine dining restaurants in New York, and the enclave is also a center of upper-crust antique galleries and nightlife destinations. Like much of New York City, Nomad has a unique history that gave the neighborhood the distinctive character you can see today. The neighborhood was the birthplace of the first movie house, the first Westminster Dog Show, the first passenger elevators and even the first fire sprinklers in New York City history. Today, the neighborhood finds itself the home of distinguished luxury buildings including 10 Madison Square West, One Madison Park and Madison Green. Its central location puts residents close to Gramercy Park, Midtown and even Greenwich Village.
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One Madison Park is located at 23 East 22nd Street, in the Flatiron District, and at a spot very near the top of the list of Manhattan's most luxurious condominiums. With a suite of posh amenities and 90 spacious, sun-filled luxury condos for sale, One Madison Park rises above -- both vertically and in terms of luxury -- any other condominium listing in the Flatiron District. One Madison Park is unmistakably one of the boldest new condo buildings in Manhattan, and an impressive new addition to the Manhattan skyline.
Dubbed the “fortress of glassitude”, 400 Park Avenue South is the epitome of ultra-modern, ultra-urban, ultra-luxury living. This 40-story condominium, was designed by world-renowned architect Christian de Portzamparc.
The Story House, located at 36 East 22nd Street along Broadway and close to Madison Square Park, is home to luxurious condominium residences. This Manhattan condominium used to be a British publishing house known for working with famous children’s book writers. The Story House’s creative history has given birth to elegant and pleasant condominium residences which seem to directly come out of a fairy tale. The Story House, built by Cantor Percorella INC, is home to eight full floor condominium residences which benefit from a full suite of amenities and from a prime location in the very center of New York City.
The Pell Building, located at 24 West 30th Street in the NoMad neighborhood near Flatiron and Union Square, offers a modern, homey space to city dwellers in search of a home that combines effortless luxury with old-world charm. Originally built in 1909, the The Pell was approved for conversion into an 18-unit residential luxury condominium building in 2012 and was restored to its original glory by Cornerstone Architects, a firm known for its expertise in historic preservation.
Murray Hill in Midtown East is one of the lesser known neighborhoods in Manhattan. While some would consider Murray Hill to be unassuming, those who are willing to take a deeper look will find the area south of East 42nd Street between Madison Avenue and the East River to be a treasure trove of hidden wonders. Take for example Twenty 9th Park Madison, a post-war 34 story, 142 unit condominium building with over 65 unique floor plans. Twenty 9th Park Madison offers studios to two-bedroom apartments with additional home offices in selective apartments.
- Studio Apartmentsfrom $875,000
Directly overlooking the historic Flatiron building on 5 East 22nd Street, Madison Green is a 31-floor high-rise with well over 400 apartment units promising both luxury and comfort to potential residents. A landscaped front garden entryway is but a taste of the welcoming ambience that the post-war condominium will provide to anyone hoping to live in the Flatiron District. A sumptuous living experience, Madison Green offers location, amenities, and luxurious designs all in one, proving to be one of the most attractive real estate options not just in the Flatiron District but in Manhattan.
- 1 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom $1,295,000
It was once the International Toy Center, but today the building at 1107 Broadway has rebranded itself as a residential building going by the name of 10 Madison Square West. This new luxury condominium building, located right next to Madison Square Park, will offer Manhattan home buyers the luxury of choice: apartments here are available in one-, two-, three-, four-, and five-bedroom sizes.
20 stories of grandiose residential space has reached its last moments of completion in the Flatiron District. 241 Fifth Avenue is a 75,000 square foot condominium residence designed by ODA-Architecture. The mid-rise building offers up 46 contemporarily designed residential units.