Originally built in 1912, this 12-story commercial building in Manhattan’s central NoMad neighborhood has been updated with large, flexible floor plans designed to accommodate tech companies and creative agencies. At street level, a new double-height storefront marks the entrance to a 5,100-square-foot multilevel retail or restaurant space, and the original limestone office entry has been carefully restored, leading into a new lobby finished with custom furnishings and a steel-paneled wall. The floor-through office spaces above have been redesigned with a contemporary industrial character featuring high-ceilings and oak herringbone floors that complement the building’s historic character and take advantage of the original windows wrapping at least three sides of every floor. On the building’s roof, a new landscaped terrace provides generous outdoor space for breaks or company events.
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