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117 E 24th St

Flatiron, Manhattan, NY 10010

Lexington Avenue & Park Avenue South
Units 10
Stories 12
Built In 1930

Building Information

Building Name: N/A
Property Type: Condo
Building Type: Loft
Pet Policy: Pets Allowed
Units: 10
Stories: 12
Built In: 1930
Sale Listings: 0
Rental Listings: 0
Land Lease: N/A

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Building Description

Located one short block from Madison Square Park, 117 East 24th Street, is a 12-story pre-war loft building, circa 1920, now known as the "Madison Square Condominium". Designed by famed architects Mulliken & Moeller the building has beautiful design elements such as grey limestone cornices-like bands, ornamental brickwork, and a pediment gracing the top of the facade. Measuring an impressive 46 feet in width, the building features an array of apartments with luxury full-floor loft residences, spanning up to 4,100 square feet and ceiling heights over 11 feet. The majority of the building is residential with several floors used as professional space. There is an on-site office and building manager on duty Monday through Friday, from 9AM to 5PM. The building manager is available to assist residents and conducts daily trash removal. The building recently had a major update, converting its heating system from oil to gas. The retail space in the lobby is home to the Manhattan Saddlery, one of the oldest equestrian equipment and apparel shops in New York and remains a symbol of the neighborhood's historic significance. For much of the 20th century, Madison Square Park, was an "equine epicenter". Also located on 24th Street, was Fiss, Doerr & Carroll Auction Mart , "the largest horse dealership in the world", according to an 1895 advertisement. Today, the building is located on the border of three of the hottest neighborhoods in Manhattan; Madison Square Park District, Flatiron District, and NoMad. This area is the new "it" neighborhood complete with the best in dining choices, bars, lounges, hotels, world class gourmet grocers, shopping & fitness, theaters, 3 parks, & dozens of residential services. Located one short block away, Madison Square Park is an amazing oasis in New York City. It is a few square blocks of beautifully maintained public park space. Notable buildings around Madison Square include two of the most famous architectural buildings in New York City, the Flatiron Building and the One Madison Clock Tower. Description provided by: "Iman Barkhordari":

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