Wrought-iron balconies and pre-war details capture the building’s history.
650 SIXTH AVENUE
NEW YORK, NY 10011
Built in 1892, The Cammeyer — with its wrought-iron balconies and rich, pre-war details — is one of Manhattan’s most distinguished landmarks. Located at 650 Sixth Avenue, in what was formerly known as the Ladies Mile District, the building once housed the world’s largest shoe store. In 2007, it was converted into 67 luxury loft condominium residences. In addition to its full professional staff — including a 24-hour doorman — The Cammeyer provides residents with a gym, a private storage room for every unit and a beautifully planted 3,600 square foot common roof deck with views of the Empire State Building. Individual apartments have dark walnut flooring, ceilings that soar up to 12 feet and oversized windows. They also feature kitchens by Poggenpohl with Corian countertops and Miele, Sub-Zero and Thermador appliances. The bathrooms are by Waterworks, Duravit and Catalano.