Designed by Gustave Albert Lansburgh (of Oakland’s Temple Sinai), Kenneth MacDonald (from the École des Beaux-Arts), and MacDonald’s partner Maurice C. Couchot, the Francesca dates back to 1923. A unit inside the iconic building sold this week for a tidy sum.
Billed a having “Park Avenue style,” this condo features three beds, three baths, and 2,461 square feet. The hardwood flooring, moldings, and original 1920's coffered and beamed ceilings proved too tempting.
Initially asking $1,795,000, it sold for $1.635 million.
Another abode inside the tony pad is still on the market, this arguably gorgeous four-bed, four-bath unit, which hit the market in August at a shade under $4 million.
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