For $3.85M, get perfectly framed views of the Empire State Building at this Nomad condo

Posted On Thu, November 7, 2019 By

Posted On Thu, November 7, 2019 By In Cool Listings, Nomad

Listing images by Etian Gamliely; courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty

This two-bedroom condo at 225 Fifth Avenue features an efficient layout and comes in mint condition, but what really sets it apart is its central Nomad location and the enviable views that come with it. Across the street from Madison Square Park, the corner living room overlooks Fifth Avenue with direct views of the Empire State Building and the vibrant new “Gilded Lady” mural painted by artist Tristan Eaton as an homage to the neighborhood’s history. The unit last sold in 2011 for $2.4 million and is now on the market seeking $3.85 million.

225 Fifth Avenue, condos, Grand Madison, Madison Square Park, Empire State Building, Gilded Lady mural, Nomad

225 Fifth Avenue, condos, Grand Madison, Madison Square Park, Empire State Building, Gilded Lady mural, Nomad

225 Fifth Avenue, condos, Grand Madison, Madison Square Park, Empire State Building, Gilded Lady mural, Nomad

225 Fifth Avenue, condos, Grand Madison, Madison Square Park, Empire State Building, Gilded Lady mural, Nomad

The living room is open to a well-appointed kitchen and a spacious dining nook. A recent renovation aimed to create more of a “loft spirit” in the residence with brick accent walls in the living area. A north-facing window in front of the coffee table frames a perfect view of the iconic Empire State Building.

225 Fifth Avenue, condos, Grand Madison, Madison Square Park, Empire State Building, Gilded Lady mural, Nomad

225 Fifth Avenue, condos, Grand Madison, Madison Square Park, Empire State Building, Gilded Lady mural, Nomad

225 Fifth Avenue, condos, Grand Madison, Madison Square Park, Empire State Building, Gilded Lady mural, Nomad

225 Fifth Avenue, condos, Grand Madison, Madison Square Park, Empire State Building, Gilded Lady mural, Nomad

Next to the kitchen is the master suite, boasting two large custom closets and a bathroom clad in white Calacatta marble with a double sink vanity, soaking tub, and a glass-enclosed shower. There’s a second bedroom on the other side of the living room, which has its own en-suite bathroom. A third room is situated right off the entry hall and adjacent to a third full bathroom, making it suitable for use as a guest room or home office. The unit has its own Bosch washer and dryer and a private storage room on the same floor.

225 Fifth Avenue, condos, Grand Madison, Madison Square Park, Empire State Building, Gilded Lady mural, Nomad

Also known as The Grand Madison, the Renaissance Revival-style building was originally designed by Francis H. Kimball and Harry E. Donnell as the Brunswick Hotel in 1906 and converted to condos in 2004, with a thorough renovation completed by Gal Nauer Architects and Perkins Eastman. The full-service, pet-friendly building has a 24-hour doorman, concierge, live-in resident manager, private fitness center, and valet services.

[Listing: 225 Fifth Avenue, Apt. 6E by Sandra Cohen of Sotheby’s International Realty]

[At CityRealty]

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Listing images by Etian Gamliely; courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty

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