This property is no longer available to rent or buy. This description is from October 25, 2016
Cammeyers Peaceful Penthouse. Take refuge in this unexpected modernist discovery perched above one of Manhattans most distinguished historic landmarks. This highly unique and rare penthouse offering is replete with hidden assets and sure to satisfy even the most discerning of buyers. PHC at the Cammeyer spans over 2,100 of interior sq. ft. and approximately 2,000 sq. ft. of contiguous outdoor space. Reimagined by distinguished architect David Howell, the interiors offer a harmonious interplay between elevated contemporary form and thoughtful function. Voluminous space and impressive ceiling height combine to create a beautifully scaled home conducive to grand entertaining and intimate gatherings alike. Beaming with light from its north and south exposures through oversized floor-to-ceiling windows, the penthouse is framed entirely by glass and is discreetly tucked atop the building, ensuring complete privacy. Inside, find entirely new flooring by LV Wood finished in a plainsawn 7 oak, custom power shades and beautifully integrated built-in millwork cabinetry in rift cut oak by Adam Wilk. The perfectly proportioned and nearly 40 great room, state-of-the-art kitchen and dining area are seamlessly interconnected by a circular layout ensuring maximum efficiency and flow. The kitchen is fit for a chef and features custom cabinetry echoing the surrounding built-ins, Amago treated stone countertops and backsplash, and appliances comprised of Wolf, Sub Zero & Miele. The expansive master bedroom with five-fixture en suite bath enjoys two outfitted walk-in closets and direct access to a 56 long south-facing terrace. The two additional generously-sized bedrooms also achieve access. Flanking both the living and sleeping wings of the residence are custom-irrigated and maturely planted terraces by Blue Dahlia. Accessory storage structures on the main terrace include a fully outfitted office complete with AC, heat, internet and skylight. There is a separate 100+ sq. ft. storage room as well. 650 Sixth Avenue, with its entrance on W 20th Street, is a full-service loft condominium conversion of an 1892 national historic landmark. Once home to the worlds largest shoe store along Ladies Mile, the building was named for its original owner, Alfred Cammeyer. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman/concierge, superintendent, fitness center and a 3,600 sq. ft. communal roof deck with exquisite Empire State Building views. Centrally positioned with immediate access to transit, celebrated restaurants and an array of amenities and services.