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YIMBY Scopes Views From Flatiron House at 39 West 23rd Street in Flatiron District, Manhattan

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YIMBY took a tour of Flatiron House, a two-tower housing development. 39 West 23rd Street In Flatiron district..Designed by COOKFOX Architects For New York-based real estate developers Ambau EnterpriseThe structure will produce 44 condominiums for sale and marketing led by the Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group. The tall part of the Flat Iron House is called the Tower and features 37 1-4 bedroom houses with an entrance on West 23rd Street. The short annex, on the other hand, is called the loft and has seven 1-5 bedroom houses and its own dwelling. The north entrance to 24th Street. Ryder Construction is a general contractor for this property located between Fifth Avenue and 6th Avenue.

Flat iron house. Designed by COOKFOX Architects

Flat iron house. Designed by COOKFOX Architects

Flat iron house.Photo by Michael Young

Flat iron house.Photo by Michael Young

Flat iron house.Photo by Michael Young

The exterior is almost complete, with a temporary black net and only a small part of the outside covered behind the scaffolding.

Flat iron house.Photo by Michael Young

Flat iron house.Photo by Michael Young

Flat iron house.Photo by Michael Young

Flat iron house.Photo by Michael Young

Flat iron house.Photo by Michael Young

Looking south from the 23-story full-floor condominium, you’ll find the World Trade Center towering over the Lower Manhattan skyline, the Chelsea and Hudson Rivers to the west, the famous Flatiron Building to the east, and the Empire State Building to the north. , Wanderbuilt, Chrysler Building, and all new residential and hotel skyscrapers built in the adjacent NoMad district.

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Below is a close-up shot of a garden with pockets planted with low-rise shrubs and a pattern of black metal railings in front of windows and sliding doors.

Photo by Michael Young

This is the north side of the Flat Iron House along West 24th Street, with only the ground floor behind the sidewalk scaffolding remaining.

Flat iron house.Photo by Michael Young

The residence boasts high ceilings, large wooden oak floors, bespoke woodworking products, and floor-to-ceiling windows. American walnut is used in front doors with antique bronze-finished Hamilton sinkler hardware. The custom kitchen features a complete set of Gaggenau and Thermador appliances, sophisticated Dornbracht equipment, storage space, lift oak and white lacquer cabinets accented with textured ribbed glass, and bronze metal hardware. .. The primary bathroom features an Arabescat marble and walnut vanity with a Greek Naxian marble background, a mosaic marble floor and a cast iron bathtub. Some homes have their own outdoor terrace.

kitchen

Living room.

Townhouse unit.

Master bedroom.

The terrace on the 18th floor.

Primary bathroom.

Powder room.

Residents of the Flatiron House have access to an amenity space designed by COOKFOX that surrounds The Garden, a beautiful courtyard inhabited by native flowering plants and trees. There is a 24/7 lobby with full-height bronze metal doors and a canopy with a patterned canopy covered with American walnut and handsome limestone. A wellness suite on the second floor, including a yoga and stretch studio and a gym with a beautiful adjacent terrace. A gaming room with billiards, a film screen, and space for private dining and entertainment. And a lounge that provides space for intimate gatherings. On-site parking and storage for purchases are also available. Other facilities include a bicycle storage and a commercial laundry room for oversized items.

Central garden. Designed by COOKFOX Architects.

Fitness center. Designed by COOKFOX Architects.

Sectional view of amenities. Designed by COOKFOX Architects.

Construction of the Flatiron House is expected to be completed within the next few months.

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