284 Fifth Avenue, New York, 10001

284 Fifth Avenue, #6-C

1 bath
$549,000
Monthly Common Charge: $0
Real Estate Taxes: $0
Service Level: Voice Intercom
Neighborhood: Flatiron District
Open House
May 21, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
May 25, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Listing Description

SPONSOR UNIT WITH NO BOARD APPROVAL. RENTING ALLOWED!

Residence 6C is a gorgeous, oversized south-facing studio. This stunning apartment is filled
with exquisite nineteenth-century details, including beautiful inlaid parquet floors, Victorian-style
moldings, soaring 12’ ceilings, an original fireplace, and extraordinary, large scale, south facing
windows. The fully renovated kitchen, which can be completely concealed via original accordion
doors, is located off a spacious anteroom that can accommodate a large dining table or kitchen
island. An extra large walk in closet and separate linen closet are also located off of this area.
The grand scale main living area can easily accommodate king sized bedroom furniture as well
as a large entertaining area, workstation, and more. A large, renovated bathroom completes this
truly unique and special residence.

The Wilbraham is a stunning, landmarked, pre-war co-op building located in the heart of
NoMad. It was built in 1890 by prominent Scottish-American jeweler William Moir and was
designed by D. & J. Jardine. The handsome, eight-story building once served as a bachelor’s
hotel and was an annex of the nearby Waldorf Astoria. The Wilbraham is an extraordinarily well-
detailed reflection of the Romanesque Revival style, with its exterior featuring a splendid
combination of Philadelphia brick, Belleville brownstone, and cast iron. An iconic cast-iron
staircase connects all levels including the exquisitely restored lobby. The building was
converted for cooperative use in 1989 and awarded landmark designation in 2004. An elevator
services all floors of the impeccably maintained building, which also features an on-site laundry
room. Nearby transportation includes the N/R/W/B/D/F/M (.1 mi), PATH (.2 mi), and 6 (.2 Mi).
Equally a historic destination and a modern cultural phenomenon, NoMad is figuratively and
literally the center of New York City culture. It is here that fine dining, hospitality, shopping,
nightlife, arts, and culture find common ground. The neighborhood blends the elegant
architecture of the gilded age with the progressive and modern aesthetic of many visionary
architects of the twenty-first century. Within just a few blocks you will find many boutique hotels
including the globally celebrated Nomad hotel and the highly anticipated Virgin Hotel and Ritz-
Carlton Nomad, with dining by Michelin-starred chef José Andrés. Landmark attractions such as
the Empire State Building, The Flatiron Building, and Madison Square Park are steps away.

Featured Amenities

  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • South Exposure
  • Parquet Floors

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