Sky House is often described as one of the most enigmatic of the new build condominiums in the city, its handsome glass and red brick design causing many admiring glances.

As you would expect from a building called Sky House, its residences offer incredible views across the Manhattan skyline and of the adjacent Church of the Transfiguration- one of New York’s most charming buildings. All apartments within Sky House feature wall-to-ceiling windows, which not only provide majestic views of the ever changing city but also fill each of the residences with natural light.

Large open-plan kitchens have been designed to provide residents with the ideal place to cook, entertain and relax. Attractive granite and glass countertops are paired with stainless steel appliances to create a truly modern environment. All appliances are supplied by the award winning Kitche Aid. The luxurious marble bathrooms feature bespoke chrome fixtures, cherry wood cabinets and deluxe showers. All apartments feature hardwood flooring throughout.

The Flatiron District is one of the most vibrant in the city and Sky House is situated right in the heart of the action, only moments away from some of the best restaurants and nightlife which Manhattan has to offer. As well as having a host of attractions on their doorstep, residents also have access to a wealth of amenities within the building itself. These include a fully equipped fitness center, family room and play center, business facilities, meeting room and concierge services.

Sky House Sales & Rentals comps:

(per Streeteasy as of December 12, 2017)

Sales Listings 3 active sales ($1,974 per ft² avg, $3,166,333 avg price)
  122 previous sales ($1,541 per ft² avg, $1,910,938 avg price)
Rentals Listings   7 active rentals ($72 per ft² avg, $7,671 avg price)
  1 in contract rental ($66 per ft² avg, $4,200 avg price)
  222 previous rentals ($66 per ft² avg, $6,744 avg price)



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