Used as KNOEDLER GALLERY. This Italian Renaissance 30' wide X 100.5' deep home was built in 1909 by the architect Thornton Chard. Some of the original details are still intact. 8 Bedrooms and 2 Library. There are many small terraces that have copper flashing on the details. Ceilings are high throughout. In addition, there is a 7th floor with additional square footage which was used as a gym when the house was used as a private home. That space is now a library. The building has maintained the original staircase and coffered ceilings. The entire house is flooded with sunlight. This could be the most spectacular important private residence once again or used as a gallery, plus other options. There is a usable basement and a sub basement which has mechanicals. The building also has a large elevator and maintains an additional stairway for staff in the back of the building.
Approx. total gross sq ft for entire building: 20,575
Ceiling height: 10'-14'3"