Flatiron hasn’t lost steam since becoming the next hottest neighborhood in Manhattan. With a healthy supply of historic and lofty homes, there’s always something new to check in on. And speaking of, we thought we’d take a moment to see what fresh offerings are in and around Flatiron. Check out the diverse array below.
One of the most handsome apartments we’ve seen hit the market in a while, this condominium in the restored Beaux Arts beauty at 141 Fifth Avenue offers great design, high-end finishes and ceilings that top 10′, a rarity in pre-war buildings of this era. The 1,203 square feet are smartly laid out with custom details, like an English-style kitchen and mosaic tiling in the bathrooms. When looking through the listing photos, just remember, the adorable dog does not come with the apartment.
Just east of Flatiron is Gramercy, and this pre-war two-bedroom is on one of its prettiest stretches. With views of St. George’s Episcopal Church and the lovely park at Stuyvesant Square, this unit will make you feel like you’re sitting atop Gramercy Park, though you won’t be paying Gramercy Park prices for the immaculate and thoughtful space. We’d place this apartment high on our list of great values in Manhattan.
Here’s one of the bigger studio apartments on the market right now, coming in at just over 900 square feet in the flashy Jade condominium. Along with some serious square footage and chic design, the studio includes access to Jade’s amazing amenities, including a Mediterranean terrace designed with colorful plants, a reflection pool, sun deck and the state-of-the-art Jade Fitness Club and Spa.