This magnificent Italian Renaissance home was built in 1909 by the architect Thornton Chard. Located on a Central Park block and neighboring the Frick Museum, this rare offering is built 30 x 90 on a 30 x 100 lot with a gorgeous limestone facade. The house has retained many of its original details including numerous fireplaces, coffered ceilings, and a grand original staircase. Formerly used as the Knoedler Gallery, this house will be delivered vacant. Some special features are soaring ceiling heights throughout, large elevator, terraces on some floors, roof terrace with Central Park views, and abundant light. The options are endless in this 7 story special home. This could be the most spectacular important private residence once again or used as a gallery, foundation or family office.
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