The Ultimate in Real Estate

The Crown, the fittingly named triplex penthouse atop the newly renovated 212 Fifth Avenue, is featured in this month’s issue of Unique Homes as one of the most expensive properties in the United States. But the price is far from the most impressive aspect of The Crown, which encompasses five bedrooms, including a seven-room master

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Gallery, Real Estate Weekly

One of the beautiful four-bedroom homes at 212 Fifth Avenue was the venue for a sumptuous celebration of Chef Nicolas Sale. Put on by Sale’s employer, The Ritz-Carlton, the all-day event featured a breakfast, a luncheon, and cocktails, all centered around the chef’s style. 212 Fifth Avenue is a restored 1912 neo-Gothic tower that is home to 48 NoMad

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See inside the 15 most expensive penthouses for sale in America

Business Insider and Trulia teamed up to take readers on a tour of America’s most expensive penthouses, and coming in second is the gorgeous triplex atop 212 Fifth Avenue. This five-bedroom, seven-bath penthouse features two levels of private terraces and commanding views of the New York City skyline, including landmarks like the Empire State Building

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NYC’s 25 Most Expensive Homes for Sale

Coming in sixth on Curbed’s list of the priciest homes for sale in New York City is the trophy atop 212 Fifth Avenue, the newly restored early skyscraper that faces Madison Square Park. This triplex penthouse is every Manhattanite’s dream apartment, complete with four exposures, two levels of private terraces, views of landmarks, including the

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How An Agent-Stager Duo is Marketing This Historic Luxury Skyscraper

Staging an apartment is more than figuring out where to put the sofa; it’s a way of highlighting a home’s exceptional properties for prospective homeowners. That’s why stager Cheryl Eisen was excited to work at 212 Fifth Avenue, the recently restored 1912 skyscraper featuring 48 Madison Square Park condos. With her expert eye, Eisen found low-profile furniture to

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Here are the Week’s Priciest Apartment Sales

Apartment 20B at the NoMad luxury condo building 212 Fifth Avenue ranks number six among the New York City condos with the highest sale prices this week. At 3,078 square feet, 20B has three bedrooms and three and a half baths. It sold for $11,250,000 on April 18, 2018. Read Full Article  

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April’s Most Popular Properties

The Crown penthouse atop the iconic early skyscraper at 212 Fifth Avenue was one of April’s most popular listings, according to The New York Times. This NoMad penthouse is a true trophy: the building is a recently renovated 1912 neo-Gothic skyscraper on Madison Square Park, and the penthouse has over 10,000 square feet of interior space and

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Bloomberg Hosts Luxury Market Talk at NYC’s Opulent Tower

There could have been no better setting for Bloomberg’s luxury market talk than the stunning 20th-floor apartment in NoMad’s iconic 212 Fifth Avenue. Bloomberg Pursuits Editorial Director Chris Rovzar hosted the event, which was attended by the best and brightest of Manhattan’s luxury market analysts, who sipped champagne and ate hors d’oeuvres while discussing the key

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A Penthouse at the Star-Studded 443 Greenwich Goes Into Contract for $58M

One of the top listings that went into contract last week was a 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath residence at 212 Fifth Avenue. The neo-Gothic, prewar skyscraper was recently converted to residential by Helpern Architects and has been billed as “the city’s most powerful address,” thanks to its combination of street number and area code, Manhattan’s iconic “212.”

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Easter Week Saw 26 Luxury Contracts Signed, Tied for 2015’s Record

One lucky buyer will soon be moving into their new home at 212 Fifth Avenue, which has been called “the city’s most powerful address.” #20A, a four-bedroom, four-bath NoMad condo, sold last week for just over $18 million, making it the second-most-valuable residential sale of the week. The renovated prewar apartment features a stunning interior

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Manhattan’s luxury market recorded 26 contracts last week: Olshan

Sales are going strong at 212 Fifth Avenue, which claimed the title of second-most-expensive home sold last week, according to Olshan Realty. The $18.1 million, 4,155-square-foot Madison Square Park condo is just one of the residences housed in the 1912 early skyscraper that has been renovated by Helpern Architects and Pembrooke & Ives into a

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Luxury Beauty Brand Debuts New Elixir

Some of New York City’s top realtors, influencers, and beauty editors recently gathered in The Crown at 212 Fifth Avenue to celebrate the release of La Prairie’s newest luxury beauty product. The Swiss beauty company decked out the triplex penthouse in purple in honor of Platinum Rare Cellular Night Elixir, the latest in La Prairie’s

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Top Ten New Home Options To Consider

Investing in New York City real estate is a time-honored tradition, and nothing says “Manhattan” like a prewar building in the 212 area code. Buyers looking for a second home or a safe investment should turn to 212 Fifth Avenue, the neo-Gothic early skyscraper that has recently been renovated into a collection of Madison Square

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Inside Stacy London’s Home

Real estate television show Open House recently took viewers on a tour of residence 11B at 212 Fifth Avenue. The airy three-bedroom home looked great, decked out in stylish white furniture matching the marble countertops and soaked up the sunlight pouring in from the oversized windows. From the foyer to the great room, this residence features details like chandeliers and an open

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212 Fifth Avenue, Harold, Travel 2018

The Crown penthouse at 212 Fifth Avenue recently received a gorgeous spread in luxury lifestyle magazine Harold that highlighted the home’s expansive outdoor space. The combination of 5,700 square feet of private terraces with the triplex penthouse’s 10,000 square feet of interior area adds up to the most luxurious New York City home for sale today. The

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Magical Manhattan, Blackman at Home, Winter 2018

The beautiful proto-skyscraper at 212 Fifth Avenue has found renewed life at the pinnacle of luxury living in the heart of Manhattan. From its triplex Crown penthouse down, this 1912 neo-Gothic tower features Madison Square Park condos with interiors by Pembrooke & Ives and classic New York views, including the park as well as the

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Art and real estate: The new relationship that’s selling big

When envisioning the interiors for the NoMad condos at 212 Fifth Avenue, developer Madison Equities insisted that each home would have extraordinary wall space for residents to display significant artworks. Now, with the building complete, the developer has invited New York City’s Westwood Gallery to stage a special show in The Crown, the triplex penthouse sitting atop

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NYC’s 25 Most Expensive Homes for Sale

Coming in at number six on Curbed’s list of the most expensive New York City homes for sale is The Crown at 212 Fifth Avenue. This triplex penthouse has five bedrooms, four exposures, two levels of private terraces, and a seven-room master suite with a freestanding soaking tub in the master bath. Sitting atop the restored

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The new nomadic lifestyle: Luxury real estate and restaurants take over Nomad

When 212 Fifth Avenue was first completed in 1912, it made history for the innovative steel skeleton that supported its impressive height. Over a century later, Helpern Architects restored and converted the early skyscraper into a 48-residence development that preserved the building’s classic style while providing unparalleled luxury homes in the historic Madison Square Park

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Bloomberg Media Group shares 2018 global luxury outlook

212 Fifth Avenue was the perfect setting for a recent meeting of the Bloomberg Pursuits team, discussing innovative means of providing the best possible experience for discerning luxury consumers (for whom 212 Fifth Avenue has been designed). The Bloomberg Pursuits team enjoyed sweeping city views from the Madison Square Park condo while examining how changes in social media, aging

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NoMad’s 212 Fifth Avenue Unveils Amenity Spaces

The historic building at 212 Fifth Avenue has been lovingly restored and is now ready for its new life as a collection of beautiful Madison Square Park condos. The 47-residence neo-Gothic skyscraper features homes ranging in size from two to five bedrooms (including the iconic triplex penthouse dubbed “The Crown”), all of which feature views of

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Which Penthouse Comes Out on Top? – The Wall Street Journal

The 10-room, 10,000-plus-square-foot triplex penthouse crowning the newly restored Madison Square Park condo building at 212 Fifth Avenue is one of the most exquisite homes for sale in New York City. Fittingly dubbed “The Crown,” the penthouse at the pinnacle of this neo-Gothic early skyscraper offers spectacular city views from two levels of terraces as well as through oversized

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Which Penthouse Comes Out on Top? – Mansion Global

Buyers seeking unparalleled luxury in Manhattan need look no further than The Crown at 212 Fifth Avenue. This 10-room triplex penthouse features over 10,000 feet of interior space, more than 5,000 feet of outdoor space spread across multiple terraces, and breathtaking views of New York landmarks, including the Flatiron Building and One World Trade Center.

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Westwood Gallery Celebrates Curated Art Collection at the Crown Penthouse

212 Fifth Avenue hosted gathering of New York City’s art aficionados and real estate professionals last week at The Crown, the triplex penthouse sitting above Madison Square Park. Guests enjoyed hors d’oeuvres while appreciating the collection of modern art curated by James Cavello of Westwood Gallery. Andy Warhol prints and Charles Hinman’s sculptural paintings graced The Crown’s immaculate interior,

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212 Fifth Avenue Unveils Custom Westwood Gallery NYC Art Collection

Westwood Gallery NYC has paired up with Madison Equities to create a unique art show in The Crown, the triplex penthouse at 212 Fifth Avenue, which is for sale. The Madison Square Park condo is currently home to a range of carefully curated pieces from contemporary artists whose work was created in or relates to New

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Will fewer showings, no pool and no staging sell a $74M penthouse?

With over 10,000 square feet of interior space in The Crown, the triplex penthouse atop 212 Fifth Avenue, and another 5,700 square feet of private terrace space, it may seem strange that currently its only piece of furniture is a single white leather bench. However, with herringbone hardwood floors, luxury finishes like the Calacatta marble

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Can a Few Stunning Pieces of Art Sell a Pricey Apartment?

Great architecture and fine art go hand in hand, and nowhere was that recently more apparent than at The Crown, the triplex penthouse atop prewar conversion 212 Fifth Avenue, where developer Robert Gladstone put on a modern art show in celebration of the apartment’s completion. The NoMad condo played host to superior contemporary works such as Cy Twombly, Sam

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Peek at the amenity spaces in Nomad’s opulent 212 Fifth Avenue

While the beautiful NoMad condos at 212 Fifth Avenue have been making the news, the building’s luxurious amenities package deserves just as much attention as the residences. Designed by Helpern Architects, with interiors from Pembrooke & Ives, the prewar conversion is home to many fitness amenities, including a fully equipped fitness center by The Wright Fit as well as

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DECIEM to Unveil Second NYC Location at 212 Fifth Avenue

Madison Equities has just announced that multibrand beauty company DECIEM will join textile merchant Togas on the ground floor of 212 Fifth Avenue in NoMad, sitting on the Broadway side of the building. “DECIEM is a terrific brand and a perfect fit for the style and sophistication of the property,” said Robert Gladstone, Madison Equities CEO. With

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Best of 2017 | Top 5 Destinations

Sitting atop 212 Fifth Avenue, The Crown has been turning heads since it was recently introduced, and was just featured on ePeak’s “Best of 2017 Destinations” list. The triplex NoMad penthouse, which was designed by renowned firm Pembrooke & Ives, features 10,000 square feet of interior space spread across its three floors, as well as another

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Prewar with a Twist

When the time comes to find a new home in Manhattan, sophisticated New Yorkers are often drawn to the stately beauty of prewar buildings. Recognizing that some of these older structures need a touch-up to suit 21st-century residents, developers like Madison Equities have begun renovating prewar buildings to infuse them with contemporary quality. At 212

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Gaggenau Hosts Exclusive Tasting at 212 Fifth Avenue With Sneak Peek at the Crown Penthouse

Real estate influencers and foodies alike gathered at 212 Fifth Avenue for an event hosted by Gaggenau, whose appliances grace the luxury NoMad condos’ stunning kitchens. Guests enjoyed mushroom risotto, seasonal squash, and charcuterie from award-winning chef Cesare Casella before ascending to The Crown, 212 Fifth Avenue’s exclusive triplex penthouse, for intimate views of some of the city’s iconic landmarks. The

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The Evolution of 212 Fifth Avenue, Flatiron 23rd Street Partnership

The building at 212 Fifth Avenue began its life in 1912 as a commercial skyscraper in the popular neo-Gothic style. A hundred years later, 212 Fifth Avenue has found new life as a collection of luxury Madison Square Park condos that blend classic prewar style with modern design and comfort. Helpern Architects worked with developer Madison Equities

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Prewar, With a Twist

New Yorkers understand the aesthetic appeal of prewar architecture, but they also know that time has not been gentle with some of these older buildings. That’s why Madison Equities enlisted the experts at Helpern Architects to aid them in restoring and renovating 212 Fifth Avenue into a new collection of luxury NoMad condos housed inside

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212 Fifth Avenue’s Penthouse, The Crown, Hits the Market for $73.8M

Now complete, The Crown is the most luxurious New York City home for sale right now. The triplex penthouse atop 212 Fifth Avenue is as spacious as it is stylish: the residence spans over 10,000 square feet of interior space and another 5,000 square feet spread across multiple terraces. Its interior, designed by Pembrooke & Ives, includes

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212 Fifth Avenue ‘The Crown’ Penthouse is Back with a Price of $74 Million

Sitting atop a restored 1912 Beaux-Arts building and overlooking iconic Madison Square Park, The Crown rests at the pinnacle of luxury New York living. This triplex penthouse is the crowning achievement of 212 Fifth Avenue, the new collection of NoMad condos designed by Helpern Architects with interiors by Pembrooke & Ives. The Crown features five bedrooms at

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212 Fifth Avenue’s Penthouse, The Crown, Hits The Market For $73.8M

The penthouse atop 212 Fifth Avenue is now available, making it the most desirable New York City home for sale. The Crown is a triplex penthouse that overlooks Madison Square Park, offering views of the Hudson River and the Flatiron Building. Multiple terraces wrap around The Crown, including one with a walkable skylight and another, shielded by custom

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212 Fifth Avenue Penthouse is Back on the Market for $74 million!

212 Fifth Avenue’s crown jewel of a penthouse is here with a new price tag and a brand new interior. The triplex penthouse atop the NoMad condo building has been dubbed “The Crown,” a fitting name for such a singular and spectacular home. With over 10,000 square feet of interior space and another 5,000 square

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A Fifth Avenue Triplex Penthouse Hits the Market for $73.8 Million

The triplex penthouse atop the beautiful Beaux-Arts building on the corner of Fifth Avenue and West 26th Street is ready for move-in. The Crown at 212 Fifth Avenue is the ultimate expression of Manhattan luxury living, complete with three fireplaces, five bedrooms, multiple terraces, a walkable skylight, and a private elevator connecting the floors. Multiple wet bars

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Triplex Penthouse at 212 Fifth Ave. Returns to the Market–for $5 Million More

Now that construction at the restored 1912 building is complete, the exclusive penthouse that tops 212 Fifth Avenue is back on the market. Called “The Crown” in honor of the illuminated parapet surrounding it, this triplex residence occupies the top three floors of 212 Fifth Avenue – already home to a collection of newly renovated prewar Madison Square Park

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212 Fifth Avenue ‘The Crown’ penthouse hits market for $73.8 million

The exclusive penthouse atop 212 Fifth Avenue is now officially for sale. The triplex home overlooking Madison Square Park has been dubbed “The Crown,” a fitting name for a sprawling, luxurious residence featuring over 10,000 square feet of interior space as well as 5,730 square feet of outdoor area spread across two terraces. This NoMad condo is clad in

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InteriorDesign.net
September 2017

PowerGrid 100 NYC (212 Fifth)

Interior Design’s PowerGrid 100 list features 212 Fifth Avenue, characterized as an example of excellent modern Manhattan design. Chic condos come alive in this classic prewar building that has been restored to its former glory in the heart of Manhattan, just a few steps from Madison Square Park and the Flatiron District. Available homes range

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The New York Times
September 19, 2017

New Development: Soft in the Middle, Splashy Up Top

New Yorkers in search of bragging rights need look no further than The Crown, the duplex penthouse that sits atop 212 Fifth Avenue as the apex of its new collection of NoMad condos. Located on Madison Square Park and adjacent to Broadway, this beautifully converted prewar building rests in the very heart of Manhattan, and

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Luxury Design
August 16, 2017

What does NYC’s Most Powerful Address look like?

The building on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Madison Square Park started its life as commercial space in 1912, and now, thanks to Madison Equities and Helpern Architects, this prewar treasure is finding new life as a luxury residential building in the heart of NoMad. 212 Fifth Avenue is a collection of Madison Square

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The Mann Report
July 19, 2017

Togas to Launch Flagship Location at 212 Fifth Avenue

212 Fifth Avenue will soon be home to the U.S. flagship location of luxury international home textiles retailer Togas House of Textiles. The store will occupy space on the ground floor of the historic building, which has a newly-restored façade and renovated interiors. 212 Fifth Avenue is home to 47 luxury NoMad residences with interiors

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City Biz List
July 14, 2017

Togas to Launch Flagship Location at 212 Fifth Avenue

Madison Equities has announced Togas House of Textiles will become the first retailer at 212 Fifth Avenue. The international luxury home textile retailer’s exquisite brand is the perfect fit for 212 Fifth, the classic 24-story luxury residential tower standing over Madison Square Park. This collection of NoMad condos features a unique neo-medieval façade and gorgeous interiors by Pembrooke &

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Mansion Global
July 14, 2017

Pricing a Property Based on Comps is Still the Rule—Unless It’s Incomparable

The new penthouse atop 212 Fifth Avenue, dubbed The Crown, is a truly incomparable piece of residential real estate. The triplex penthouse that tops this collection of Madison Square Park condos achieves new heights of luxury living by providing its lucky residents with sole access to the building’s rooftop terrace. The Crown features 10,000-square-feet of

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Mann Report
June/July 2017

Undisputed Luxury at Restored 1912 Landmark Building

The newly restored historic building at 212 Fifth Avenue is breathing with new life, thanks to Pembrooke & Ives and New York’s own Helpern Architects. The landmark early skyscraper, which was once a commercial and industrial space, is now home to 48 residences that take full advantage of the building’s prewar cachet. Lofted ceilings and

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Financial Times
June 1, 2017

Get Realty

With views of Madison Square Park and the Downtown skyline, easy access to the cultural hot spots in the Flatiron District, and three floors of spacious modern interiors, The Crown has raised the bar for refined living in NoMad. This triplex penthouse at 212 Fifth Avenue epitomizes luxury homes for sale in New York City:

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City Realty
June 1, 2017

Morris Adjmi-Designed Condos Crisscross into the Heavens

Nestled inside the shell of one of Manhattan’s first skyscrapers is a jewel of modern living. The renovated neo-medieval 212 Fifth Avenue is bringing refined luxury living to the NoMad neighborhood with its collection of luxury Madison Square Park condos, including a triplex penthouse fittingly named “The Crown.” All of these homes feature elegant interiors

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Financial Times
June 1, 2017

The Epitome of Grandeur in a New York Penthouse

Nothing says luxury like a penthouse apartment in the heart of Manhattan, and The Crown at 212 Fifth Avenue represents the height of New York homes for sale. This triplex penthouse overlooking Madison Square Park sits atop a renovated 1900s neo-medieval building that was one of the city’s first skyscrapers. The penthouse features ample space

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FLAIR Magazine
June/July 2017

Trophy Home

Nowhere is more quintessentially Manhattan than 212 Fifth Avenue, which neighbors Madison Square Park while getting the full benefit of breathtaking views of the Empire State Building and Flatiron Building. And behind the elegant limestone façade at 212 Fifth Avenue hide what will soon be some of Manhattan’s most luxurious homes. The renowned team at

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Extravaganzi
May 23, 2017

212 Fifth Avenue Unveils $7.45 Million Model Unit

The newly unveiled model unit at 212 Fifth Avenue showcases the building’s signature mix of prewar dimensions and modern luxury design. This 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom NoMad residence features tall ceilings and oversized windows that flood the interiors in natural light. The custom ash cabinetry in the kitchen and master suite blends with Calacatta marble and high-end

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Blog: NoMad’s Top Chefs

New York City is where the world’s best chefs come to test their talents, and Madison Square Park is the landmark around which they congregate, ready to face down the competition. Some of the finest and most innovative restaurants in the world are popping up near Madison Square Park, where a culinary boom is charming

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Luxury Briefing

Interior + Design

When renovating the classic 1912 building at 212 Fifth Avenue, New York-based Helpern Architects wanted to preserve its strong character while filling it with modern luxury residences. The result is the beautiful new 212 Fifth, which is home to 47 New York City homes for sale, including The Crown, the building’s stunning penthouse. All the residences feature

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The Wall Street Journal
4.14.17

Writing the Book on China

Originally constructed in 1912, 212 Fifth Avenue—which is breathing with new life, thanks to a recent renovation—is now home to 47 superluxury condominium residences. These New York City homes for sale live at the intersection of the Flatiron District and NoMad, indicating residents will have easy access to some of the finest dining and cultural experiences in the world. The building’s

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Blog: LEGO to NoMad

Each home at 212 Fifth Avenue is a magical place, to be sure. Those with discerning tastes will be delighted by each luxury residence’s thoughtful layouts, tasteful finishes, and access to a suite of amenities designed to complement the ideal NoMad lifestyle. But for the younger set, a different kind of Manhattan magic awaits just

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CURBED
2.22.17

212 Fifth Avenue seeks to stoke sales with new model units

212 Fifth Avenue’s tasteful blend of modern luxury and prewar style is on display, thanks to new model residences on the building’s 11th and 17th floors. From Calacatta marble countertops to herringbone-pattern wood floors, the model spaces show off the exquisite materials and incredible attention to detail that went into crafting the interiors of these

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 Wallpaper*
2.2.17

New York’s latest crop of luxury residential developments

Life is being breathed into the 1912 neo-medieval skyscraper at the northwestern corner of Madison Square Park. The new incarnation of 212 Fifth Avenue contains 48 homes for sale in New York City’s NoMad district, all of which feature impressive dimensions and gorgeous, Chevron-pattern hardwood floors. The building’s classic façade sets it apart from the

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Luxatic
2.1.17

At $68.5 Million The Crown Penthouse Is an Irresistible Treat

“The Crown Penthouse, as this lavish residence is called, features a luxurious 10,000-square-feet interior, complemented by 5,700 square feet of private outdoor areas that will probably make any day better in the heart of the Big Apple.”  Read More Click Here to View The Crown’s Floor Plan

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New York Lifestyles Magazine
1.2.2017

NoMad Luxury

“There is a lot of NYC history surrounding 212 Fifth Avenue as this was one of NYC’s first skyscrapers.” Read More

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Luxury Listings NYC
12.30.16

The Big OH: The Best of 2016

“212 Fifth Avenue began life in 1912 as a manufacturing building, but with the combined efforts of developers Madison Equities and Thor Equities, plus architect David Helpern and interior design firm Pembrooke & Ives, it has been meticulously gut renovated, restored and turned into a opulent 48-unit condo building.” Read More

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Wall Street Journal
12.1.16

Manhattan Conversion is Thinking Big

While many New York City apartment buildings are taking a “less is more” approach when it comes to size, at 212 Fifth Avenue, bigger is still better—and its future residents seem to agree. Although the building was initially designed with just one floor-through residence in mind, developer Robert Gladstone recently petitioned to combine two more

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Curbed
11.16.16

The 30 Most Expensive New York City Homes for sale

The soon-to-be-completed penthouse atop the NoMad condos at 212 Fifth Avenue embodies the pinnacle of New York City luxury real estate. Spanning three stories, with a 10,000-square-foot interior and 5,700 square feet of exterior space, and bedecked in chevron oak flooring and Calcatta gold marble, the building’s pièce de résistance is equal parts elegant, expansive,

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Real Estate Weekly
11.9.16

Have You Heard…

Atop 212 Fifth Avenue sits The Crown, the triplex penthouse overlooking Madison Square Park, putting an emphatic exclamation point on the very idea of luxury Manhattan penthouses. The $68.5 million NoMad penthouse comprises 10,000 square feet of interior space and over half as many square feet of outdoor space across the top three floors of the stunning

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Mansion Global
8.3.16

212 Fifth Avenue Redesigns Prime Space to Deliver a ‘Trophy Penthouse

Despite the trend towards smaller, less expensive condos, the Manhattan trophy penthouse will always be the pinnacle of New York real estate. Such is the case for 212 Fifth Avenue’s triplex penthouse, which will offer one lucky resident nearly 16,000 square feet of coveted Flatiron District and NoMad real estate, including the building’s entire roof. The outdoor space provides not only

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New York Post
6.17.16

Rich People are Buying Secret Luxury Apartments for the Help

Throughout Manhattan, a century-old luxury real estate trend has resurfaced in the form of studio apartments meant as extensions of full-sized condos. These residences, originally designed to house nannies and other domestic assistants, are furnished with the same high-end finishes and appliances as the main apartments and are only available for sale to building residents.

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Real Estate Weekly
4.13.16

$28M Sale at 212 Fifth

A unique, expansive home at 212 Fifth Avenue in the NoMad recently sold for over $28 million. The 7,400-square-foot residence is one of 48 luxury condos that make up the high-end conversion by Helpern Architects with interiors by Pembrooke & Ives. Formerly designed as two separate apartments, the full-floor residence with an open layout and

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Luxury Listings
3.31.16

Flatiron Condo with an Address to Impress Sees $29M Deal

212 Fifth Avenue is more than just an iconic address. Built in 1912, the former Flatiron District office building boasts a beautifully restored ornate façade and is now home to New York’s most highly anticipated new condos. Thanks in large part to the structure’s stylish aesthetic, the most expensive of its 48 luxury residences has

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NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
9.11.15

Best Places to Live in NYC

The Flatiron District luxury condominiums under construction at 212 Fifth Avenue are a welcome addition to the neighborhood. While other projects strive to stand out among the selection of current offerings, 212 Fifth Avenue has an innate advantage. The number 212, which harkens back to the original area code of Manhattan, is itself a prestigious

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Multi-Housing News
9/9/15

History Meets Luxury in NYC Condo Conversion

Classic style and modern amenities have blended seamlessly at 212 Fifth Avenue. Under the care of Madison Equities, the Flatiron District tower has retained its 103-year-old building’s original character while adding modern luxuries to each of its 48 residences. According to Madison Equities CEO Robert Gladstone, “The natural proportions of 212 Fifth Avenue allowed us

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CURBED
9.8.15

The 45+ New NYC Developments Hitting the Market this Fall

48 luxury residences are under development by Madison Equities at the coveted Flatiron District’s 212 Fifth Avenue. Starting at $3.9 million, the large, loft-like spaces will range from two-bedroom residences to a triplex penthouse. Interiors will boast chevron-pattern oak floors and  Calacatta marble kitchen counters, and select 400-square-foot studios will also be available for residents

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