Built in 1868, this five-story mansion was designed in the Second Empire Style by architect Stephen Decatur Hatch. Hatch also designed many landmarked buildings in New York including the famous Gilsey House Hotel, the Robbins & Appleton Building and the New York Life Insurance Company Building, to name just a few.
118 East 18th Street (also known as The Sarah Feldman House) was converted from a private home to a multi-family building in 1964, but the original details were left mostly intact. The wide, sweeping staircase dominates the interior while both hand-carved and plaster moldings and medallions decorate the walls and ceilings. Original hand-carved fireplace mantles, doors and window trim are a testament to forgotten times. Perfectly located between Irving Place and Park Avenue South, both Gramercy Park and Union Square are just moments away.
The building is 25' wide x 64' deep on a 25' x 92' lot. Interior square footage is 7,370 with 1,830 square feet of air rights. The property contains 7 free market apartments and has a cap rate of 2.3%. Complete details can be forwarded upon request.
This unit is located at 118 E 18 St, a apartment in Gramercy. Built in 1900, this pre-war low rise property has 8 units.
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