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Old Bones and a Very New Look for $5.8 Million Flatiron Loft

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The camera-friendly 141 Fifth Avenue and its creamy cupola just underwent a meticulous restoration process as part of a luxury condo conversion. The marketing was all about the timeless and historic nature of the 1897 loft building, but throw out the history books when it comes to #9AB, a new-to-market 3BR/3.5BA condo asking $5.8 million, or $1,933 per each of its 3,000 square feet. Living room that could double as a Meatpacking District lounge? Check. Big circular sofa chair thingy? Got one of those too! Is this what they mean by teaching an old dog new tricks?

We're guessing this is a resale because at last check, only a couple of penthouses and that $12 million cupola remained on the market, but we're not sure what this pad sold for the first time around. Check out the floorplan. That master suite long enough for ya?


· Listing: 141 Fifth Avenue 9AB [Elliman]
· 141 Fifth Avenue coverage [Curbed]

141 Fifth Avenue

141 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY