HFZ Capital Group helmed the conversion of the 1910 office building to a 2016 condominium, and the design by BKSK Architects pays tribute to the past while keeping up with the future. Interiors were designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen, whose work can be seen at One57 and Jean Georges. Building amenities include a landscaped roof garden, inner courtyard, fitness center with crystal skylight, and children's playroom. Listings start at $6.75 million, and the piece de resistance is Penthouse D, listed for $14.5 million by Douglas Elliman.
A gracious entrance gallery leads to a 28' x 28' living room with oversized windows.
Eat-in chef's kitchen features island breakfast bar and suite of Sub-Zero and Miele appliances.
The five bedrooms are in a private wing, and all have en-suite baths.
Master bedroom has three walk-in closets and two en-suite baths.
Five-fixture master baths feature dual sinks, soaking tub, and separate shower.
The master bath also holds a private sauna.