This full-floor corner landmark loft has Madison Square Park, iconic Flatiron, Toy Building & MetLife Clock views from 17 windows. Approximately 2,418 sq ft, 11ft ceilings and original details of a bygone era. The red brick Western Union Telegraph Co. building was designed and built in 1883 by Henry J. Hardenbergh, the architect responsible for such landmarks as the Plaza Hotel and Dakota Apartment Building. Super & zoned residential.
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