In 1899 William Earle Dodge Stokes commissioned to build the “grandest hotel in Manhattan.” He would name this impressive Beaux Arts structure after his grandfather Anson. Today the building is a stunning condominium with one of the most ornate facades and unique layouts that one doesn’t typically find in New York City, even among the pre-war architects of Candella and Carpenter. We recently came across this listing on the Douglas Elliman website and felt that it was a must share with our readers. At just under $11 million, for NYC it’s not such a bad deal.
We did borrow the images from Douglas Elliman and if you feel that you want to put a bid in on the pad or just want the full listing details you can go and visit it over here.