The former headquarters of Tiffany & Co. Still dazzles today, proudly displaying 19th century cast iron details, encased like jewels, in full-floor glass curtains that wrap this boutique condominium stunner. Within, residence 3C is now ready for debut after a superb renovation, directed by Amanda Sullivan. Intelligently designed and meticulously executed, her talent is reflected in the elegance, tranquility and warmth that permeate this light-filled loft. Dramatic, 16-foot, original cast-iron arched windows shed light on the details to follow. Ergonomics and aesthetics meet in the kitchen, along with the essential names that define their category: Poggenpohl, Sub-Zero, Miele and Viking. Quartzite countertops and glossy cabinets reflect all the glorious light of the adjacent great room. Dark hardwood floors pave the space while the Marretti steel and glass staircase leads the eye upward toward the home's tranquil master suite. The elegant, large bedroom offers a walk-in closet, a wet room with custom designed claw foot freestanding tub, shower column with dual shower heads, and double vanity featuring Pietra Bedonia stone and shagreen. The design and exquisite finishes of this 1 bed, 1.5 bath, duplex mix a marvelous blend of modern sensibility and state of the art technology, centered around a Crestron home automation system and Bang & Olufsen audio and television solution. The 15 usw building offers five-star amenities including a 24-hour doorman and on-site concierge service, plus a spa with a 50-foot lap pool, fitness center and Pilates/Yoga studio. Surrounded by Chelsea, Greenwich Village, Gramercy and the Flatiron District, this home is quite literally in the center of everything.
Union Square, bounded by Chelsea to the west, 14th Street to the sought, Park Avenue to the east, and 17th street to the north, is dotted with trendy shopping boutiques, historic architecture, art galleries and dozens of quaint restaurants and bistros. Union Square is home to a farmer'€™s market offering dozens of seasonal fresh foods, produce, and entertainment. In addition, Union Square Park, directly in the middle of the neighborhood, was named a national landmark in 1997 and hosts several outdoor concerts every year. Great opportunities for commercial class A, B and C office space with buildings amenities such as 24-hour doormen and access, dedicated elevators, sophisticated reception and conference areas, IT support, impressive views and large windows. Tenants looking to lease or sublease office space in this New York neighborhood can expect to rub shoulders with creative advertising, marketing, PR, and media companies as well as boutique hedge funds, asset managers, and law firms. Major thorough fares include Union Square â€“ 14th St. L,N,Q,R,W.