Imagine waking up every day in a no expense spared renovated Manhattan loft, stepping into a state-of-the-art, remote controlled steam shower, paging through the Wall Street Journal from a pin-drop quiet living room while the sounds of morning jazz play overhead from built-in Sonos speakers scattered throughout the loft. Send a few e-mails from the home office before stepping out into Union Square to start the day. After a long day, enjoy coming home where a spa bath awaits with a soaking tub, perfect for an end of day glass of wine after preparing a meal using premium appliances in one of the most modern kitchens Flatiron has to offer. Retire for the evening in luxurious comfort and repeat again the following day. Welcome to Residence 407 at The McIntyre Building in Flatiron, adjacent to Union Square.
Residence 407 is a modern, renovated loft currently set up as a one bedroom with a walk-in closet, a home office, a gallery, and two full bathrooms. Boasting 12-foot ceilings and dimmable recessed lighting, this residence measures approximately 1,000 square feet and provides flexibility to make alterations to fit your living needs. The modern, open kitchen overlooking a sunken living room features immaculate quartz counter tops, a stainless-steel sink, a Viking gas stove top, a Bosch oven, a built-in Liebherr refrigerator & freezer, and a full-size Bosch dishwasher. Everything necessary to prepare any style of meal is available in the kitchen, including bountiful storage space in the tall high-gloss cabinets. Have a spa day in a state-of-the-art bathroom, featuring a Kohler soaking tub, a Bosch steam shower, and a Toto Neorest toilet. Impress guests with a second, lustrous floor-to-ceiling tiled bathroom equipped with Kohler, Boffi, and Il Bagno hardware and fixtures. Create an at-home art showcase in the picture perfect gallery with custom frosted glass sliding doors adjacent to a home office that can also be converted to a second bedroom or an expansion of the main bedroom. The loft also comes equipped with a stackable, in-unit washer & dryer and ample storage space.
The McIntyre Building is one of the most iconic buildings in the Flatiron districts skyline, with a rich history dating back to 1892 when it was designed and built by Robert H. Robertson. The building is a designated landmark and received a prestigious award from the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. The building underwent an extensive restoration of the facade that was highly publicized for its level of precision, and the co-op elected to retain the architectural importance of the building by restoring the original windows rather than replacing. Hosting just 23 residences, this exclusive coop was officially formed in the 1980s after being inhabited by artists and other special characters in the 1970s. 874 Broadway is truly a one-of-a-kind find on the most notable street in all of New York City.