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Housed in the former glass factory of Louis Comfort Tiffany this unique loft is not to be missed. Enter into the massive great-room which features oversized windows and skylights flooding the apartment with sunlight, 11 foot ceilings and beautiful original details including exposed bricks and original wood beams/columns. There is a renovated open chef's kitchen with white-marble counters, stainless steel appliances, large breakfast bar and a separate walk-in pantry. Both bedrooms are in the rear of the apartment and are pin-drop quiet and feature oversized, floor-to-ceiling windows. The primary bedroom has a large custom-fitted walk-in closet as well as an en-suite bathroom with a deep soaking tub and separate steam shower. The second bathroom has been beautifully renovated with marble basket-weave floors, a large-walk in rain shower and a large window. Additional features of this special home include an in-unit washer-dryer, original floors in great condition and central a/c. Located at the intersection of Flatiron and Nomad, this self-managed, boutique coop is a mix of residential and small commercial tenants and has a long and storied history of housing and entertaining some of the all-time artistic greats such as Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollack, Richard Serra, Faye Dunaway and John Chamberlain, to name just a handful. This well-maintained historic building has a full-time superintendent and key-elevator entry, and is a stone's throw from Madison Square Park, all of the wonderful shops and restaurants of Nomad, Gramercy and Chelsea/Flatiron. True loft living at its finest.