Six West 20th Street is a unique offering for true loft seekers to own a full floor flatiron residence with low monthly maintenance and the ability to customize the use to your lifestyle. Currently configured as a live/work space with a floor plate of 5,600 square feet and +/- 4,200 square feet of billable residential square footage. Presently zoned as commercial, but easily converted to residential use as indicated by building precedent. Enter through a private elevator to your expansive loft with North and South exposures. You have the potential to create four bedrooms and four bathrooms with over 4,000 square feet to build out your vision and create a one-of-a-kind space. Inside you will find 12-foot ceilings, 8-inch brushed oak floors, oversized windows, and beautifully detailed finishes. One of the highlights of the home is the luxurious master bedroom suite complete with en-suite bath and double sinks with poured concrete countertops. The closet space leaves little to be desired with a generous walk-in closet in addition to the spacious dressing area lined with closets. The chefs kitchen features Thermador appliances and Italian glass cabinets. The kitchen opens to dining/living room space ideal for entertaining. Built in 1910, this unique live/work co-op is located right off of Fifth Avenue. Enviably situated near fine dining, adjacent to Madison Square Park, and multiple subway lines. Pied-à-terres and co-purchasing allowed. Pets welcome. This one-of-a-kind home is truly an extraordinary find.
The Flatiron District is located within Midtown and is bounded on the north by the triangular Flatiron building (known as the Fuller Building located on the corner of 23rd St.). Located close to Madison Square Garden, Penn Station, and Times Square. FlatIron is ideal for tenants seeking commercial, retail, and class A, B or C office space for sale, lease or sublease. Many buildings feature amenities such as 24-hour doormen and access, high ceilings, dedicated elevators, sophisticated reception and conference areas, IT support, impressive views, large windows, and pre war architectural charm. 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. The area also boasts world-class shopping and dining on the historic Fifth Avenue as well as numerous other spots around the neighborhood.