15 Madison Square North is one of the few pre-war condominium listings that overlooks Madison Square Park, but this luxurious Flatiron condo conversion is more than that. Thanks to its combination of luxe, ultra-contemporary apartments for sale and elegant neo-classical pre-war Manhattan architecture, 15 Madison Square Park is both one of the elite new pre-war condo conversions on the NYC condo scene, and one of the most promising new condominium listings in the Flatiron District.
The apartments for sale at 15 Madison Square North were designed with a deceptively difficult design goal in mind -- combining the ultra-modern comfort of a contemporary Manhattan luxury condo with the elegance more readily associated with classic NYC condo listings. By those standards -- and even by the high standards for Flatiron luxury condominiums -- the apartments at 15 Madison Square North are a success. Designed by Nathan Egan Interiors, each condominium for sale at 15 Madison Square North features chocolate brown walnut floors and eight foot tall panel doors. 15 Madison Square North's gourmet kitchens feature Sub-Zero, Viking, and Miele appliances including a two-zone wine cellar. Every bathroom at 15 Madison Square North has marble everywhere, from the floor to the ceiling to the oversized soaking tub.
With one of the most impressive amenities packages in the Flatiron District, it is no wonder why 15 Madison Square North has taken a place among the elite Flatiron District condo listings. The 24-hour attended lobby is a graceful balance of old and new, while 15 Madison Square North's fitness facility is frankly state-of-the-art. The gym at 15 Madison Square North was designed by Clay, an upscale West Village gym; another Manhattan condominium must-have, the children's play area, was designed by beloved Manhattan toy emporium Kidding Around. The panoramic views from 15 Madison Square North's rooftop deck are an aesthetic amenity few Flatiron condominiums can match, while the prime Flatiron location -- across the street from Madison Square Park's green space and Shake Shack flagship -- is an amenity in itself.