Recently featured in Architectural Digest, Loft No. 8 at The Gordon Building is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase pop-art master Roy Lichtenstein’s former, famed NoMad residence. Featuring 19 windows, four exposures, 10-foot ceilings and approximately 3,200 square feet, this classic four-bedroom loft is graced with remarkable open views and stunning natural light from every direction. This property presents an opportunity to transform an incredible loft canvas, or maintain the existing configuration.
Off the keyed elevator is a dramatic 14’ x 17’ entry gallery, flanked by decorative columns and custom millwork. Upon entering the space, the incredible natural light is evident from the 36-foot wide great room, featuring six massive windows facing south and one large window facing east. The great room is an entertainer’s dream and lends itself to both formal gatherings and open concept living. The dining room is anchored by two more massive, east-facing windows, an adjacent library and floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. The kitchen is large, functional and a room of its own with recently renovated appliances, rustic Spanish tiles and cabinetry throughout.
Down the bedroom corridor is the corner master suite with four large windows, views of the Empire State building, a windowed dressing room with double walk-in closets and a five-fixture master bathroom with a claw foot tub and separate water closet. The second and third bedrooms face north and west and share a full bathroom, while the fourth bedroom can also be used as a home office. Other features of this special residence include a third full bathroom, a charming powder room, side-by-side washer/dryer, tons of storage and the ability to add more windows on the east and west sides of the apartment.
105 East 29th Street is a discreet and stately pre-war loft cooperative comprised of 11 full-floor residences. Building amenities include a key locked elevator, dedicated superintendent, common roof deck and a brand new freight elevator.