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Flatiron Tower With Industrial Past Debuts As Luxury Condos

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Name/Address: 212 Fifth Avenue
Developer: Madison Equities and Thor Equities
Architect: David Helpern of Helpern Architects
Size: 24 stories, 48 units
Prices: From $3.9 million to $16.1 million
Sales and Marketing: Town Residential

If you've been to Madison Square, you've probably noticed 212 Fifth Avenue. At 24 stories, the 112-year-old former commercial building is hard to miss. Now it's been converted to condos (of course) by Madison and Thor equities, and some of its units are on the market (h/t 6sqft). Nine of them were listed on the building's website in October, but the listings have hit StreetEasy and currently number 16. The building's manufacturing history means condos have high ceilings and wide open spaces. The building touts hardwood floors and marble foyers. Don't forget the views. Renderings show off most of the possible living spaces, except for the bedrooms. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman/concierge, valet parking, a fitness center, golf simulator, screening room, boardroom, game room, playroom, catering kitchen, bike storage, and a "treatment room." The current listings range from a two-bedroom on the fifth floor asking $3.9 million (though it's already in contract) to a four-bedroom on the 15th floor asking $16.1 million. Units on higher floors, including the 21st floor triplex, have yet to be released.

· Listings: 212 Fifth Avenue [Town via StreetEasy]
· Condos in Historic Madison Square Building Get New Renders [Curbed]
· 212 Fifth Avenue [Official]
· All 212 Fifth Avenue coverage [Curbed]