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WEB ID: 22457293

105 Fifth Avenue, 3AB Folio House, Flatiron, Manhattan, NY 10003

Folio House, Flatiron, Manhattan, NY 10003

sold | Co-op | Built in 1880

3 beds
3 baths
$6,025,000
  • Maintenance/Common Charges: $6,644
  • 30% Down: $1,807,500

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sold
Featured
WEB ID: 22457293

105 Fifth Avenue, 3AB Folio House, Flatiron, Manhattan, NY 10003

Folio House, Flatiron, Manhattan, NY 10003

sold | Co-op | Built in 1880

3 beds
3 baths
$6,025,000
  • Maintenance/Common Charges: $6,644
  • 30% Down: $1,807,500

The Details

About 105 Fifth Avenue, 3AB, Flatiron, Manhattan, NY 10003

EAST 17 STREET and EAST 18 STREET
Impeccably renovated and designed, this prewar corner residence has the grandest loft feel with nearly 13-foot ceilings, 9-foot huge windows which bask the home with incredible light, and 62-feet of frontage overlooking the iconic architectural masterpieces on Fifth Avenue. Meticulous in its aesthetic and masterfully appointed in every detail, there are three bedrooms and three renovated full bathrooms. There is c...
Listing Courtesy of Corcoran, Cathy Franklin, (917) 863-8209, Resource data displayed by Corcoran Group
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key features

  • Center island
  • Central air
  • Dishwasher
  • Dressing room
  • Dual sinks
  • Eat-In kitchen
  • En suite
  • Excellent light
  • Full city view
  • Great closet space
  • Hardwood floors
  • Heated floors
  • High ceilings
  • Modern kitchen
  • New appliances
  • Oversized tub
  • Oversized windows
  • Pet friendly
  • Prewar detail
  • Renovated
  • Storage space
  • Washer/dryer
  • Elevator
  • Noise reduction windows
  • Open kitchen
  • Walk-in closets
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    Flatiron

    Even though the formal designation of the Flatiron District only dates to the mid-1980s, its namesake building has been a fixture for far longer. The distinctively triangular Flatiron Building rises above the area, an unmistakable landmark and indelible icon of NYC architecture. It stands as one of this city’s oldest skyscrapers and, though it may seem diminutive by today’s standards, was the tallest building in the world for a brief period following its c.1909 construction. However, don’t reduce the neighborhood to simply one structure. While various industries used to define it — namely toy manufacturing and photography — present-day Flatiron is bustling with restaurants and shopping, and the residents living there in Beaux-Arts, Neo-Renaissance, and Romanesque Revival apartment and loft buildings. Madison Square Park provides that leafy green peace everyone desires their neighborhood to have — finding a patch of grass to relax on after a long day cannot be underrated.

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    about the building

    Folio House

    Apartment Building in Flatiron

    East 17 Street And East 18 Street

    • 36 UNITS
    • 11 STORIES
    • 1880 BUILT

    Sales History for Folio House

    dateunitpriceapprox. sq. ft.bedsbaths
    12/02/20199D$1,800,000022
    01/31/20185AB$5,995,000316332
    10/12/20174A$1,970,000127522

    Sales History for 105 Fifth Avenue, 3AB

    datepricelisting status
    09/26/2023$6,025,000Sold
    04/30/2019$4,600,000Sold
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