Built in 1887, the O'Neill Building was originally constructed as the first department store in Manhattan. The handsome cast-iron building has two golden domes and it resembles a Middle Eastern palace. The O'Neill Building, at 655 Sixth Avenue on the border of Chelsea and the Flatiron District, is a New York City landmark. The building was restored to its former glory that made it one of the premier shopping destinations on “The Ladies Mile” in the Flatiron District.
The elegant lofts at the O'Neill Building live up to even the most discerning of standards. The building retains its classic pre-war charm. The original cast-iron columns are exposed in every apartment. Hardwood floors and crown molding also help bring a classic, regal feeling to the condominiums at the O'Neill Building. Modern elements such as Viking and Sub-Zero appliances, marble counter tops and a large soaking tub bring the O'Neill building into the 21st century.
The doorman at the O'Neill Building welcomes residents into the beautifully restored lobby. Concierge services are also available at The O'Neill Building. Large storage rooms are on each floor of The O'Neill building. A spacious rooftop deck provides fantastic views of the Flatiron District and New York City. The regal O'Neill Building and its luxurious condominiums are most certainly fit for a king.