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A 25' wide, 7-story, approximately 15,123 gross square foot loft building with an elevator. Built in 1893-94, the building was designed by George Keister in the Renaissance Revival style. The Von Hoffman Building at 29 West 26th Street is located between Broadway and Sixth Avenue in the NoMad neighborhood of Manhattan, was originally a hotel and boarding house and later converted into commercial lofts. The property is comprised of a restaurant on the ground floor and six floor-through units above. Two (2) of the above floors are fair market residential lofts and four (4) floors are currently "Interim Multiple Dwellings" (IMDs). The owner has begun work to obtain a revised residential Certificate of Occupancy for the building that would allow residential use in compliance with state and city housing laws relating to health, safety, and fire protection.

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Neighborhoods: Chelsea, Flatiron/ Agents: John Ciraulo