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655 Sixth Avenue - Flatiron District, New York

 
 
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Unit Beds Baths Price* Sq Ft Date Listed Quick View
5H 3 2.5 $4,295,000
2,168 04/03/2018 Photos & Floorplans
PHB 4 3.5 $12,000,000
4,819 03/31/2018 Photos & Floorplans
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Unit Beds Baths Price* Sq Ft Date Listed Quick View

5H

3 Beds |2.5 Baths

$4,295,000

Sq Ft 2,168

Date Listed 04/03/2018

Photos & Floorplans

PHB

4 Beds |3.5 Baths

$12,000,000

Sq Ft 4,819

Date Listed 03/31/2018

Photos & Floorplans

655 Sixth Avenue - Flatiron District, New York

One of the highlights of the city's 19th Century "Ladies Mile" retail stretch along 6th Avenue south of 23rd Street, this cast-iron building was erected in 1887 as the Hugh O'Neill Dry Goods Building. It was converted to 49 condominium units—two and three bedroom apartments plus five new rooftop penthouses—in 2007. The building’s façade is highly articulated with Corinthian columns and pilasters and its cast-iron front was painted white to give the appearance of stone. The building's large apartments have soaring 13-foot ceilings, cast-iron columns and other classic prewar loft details. Amenities at this pet-friendly condominium include a full-time doorman and a roof deck. This Chelsea neighborhood is conveniently located near Greenwich Village restaurants and cafes, Chelsea shopping, dining and nightlife, and the vibrant Flatiron District.

Building Data for the building listed. All total, average and median numbers provided by Urban Digs.

Building Data:

Active Sales Listings:

Total Inventory on Market: 4

Average List Price: $6,196,250

Sold:

Total Inventory on Market: 102

Active Rentals Listings:

Total Inventory on Market: 1

Average List Price: $7,900

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Building Details:

Condo

Neighborhood: Flatiron District

Built in 1887

49 Units

7 Floors