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According to The New York Times, 27 West 67th Street is “one of the most important apartment houses in the history of New York City.” At the end of the 19th century, a group of artists hatched a plan to build their own high-rise studio/cooperative. They chose this spot for its proximity to Central Park and the abundance of light that neighboring low rowhouses allowed. The design by Sturgis & Simonson had 14 artists’ studios and some small rental apartments and was completed in 1903. Other studios soon followed, the famed Hotel des Artistes among them. The building is now one of eight comprising the West 67th Street Artists’ Colony Historic District for the National Park Service.

In 1973, the artists’ studio was converted to apartments with amenities that include laundry facilities and a planted roof deck. Apartment 3FE, a three-bedroom, three-bath duplex with generous storage space and its own washer/dryer, has come on the market for $5.495 million.
Barrel-vaulted ceilings soar over 17 feet.
27-West-67th-Street-2 Interiors
Dramatic living room has natural gas fireplace and gracious staircase.
27-West-67th-Street-3 Living room
A separate stage provides a more intimate seating area.
27-West-67th-Street-4 Stage
Open kitchen has granite countertops, custom wood cabinetry, and top-of-the-line appliances.
27-West-67th-Street-5 Kitchen
The dining area is filled with natural light.
27-West-67th-Street-6 Dining area
The master bedroom has a dressing room and sliding glass windows that can be opened to entertaining space below.
27-West-67th-Street-7 Bedroom
The master bath has steam shower and marble double sink with top-quality fixtures.
27-West-67th-Street-8 Master bath
27 West 67th Street #3FE floor plan Floor plan via Compass
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