First time available, ever! The original chapel space of the historical Christodora House Condominium. This luxurious, newly gut renovated loft-like one bedroom offers incredible midtown skyline views from it's exclusive terrace of almost 800 square feet in size. Details include wide plank flooring, woodburning fireplace, built-in high end and prewired sound/media system ... All this has turned this incredible space into a one of a kind property. The sense of space is it broadened with its 10'+ ceiling height, equal height french doors and oversized windows.
And the asking price is $1.795 million. Sadly, no photos of the unit. Consolation prize: Floor plan!
Don't recall ever seeing archival photos of the chapel. We've seen these interior photos of the Christodora from 1929. Like the "music auditorium" ...
... the "Christadora medical clinic"
... "fireplace in lounge"
... "Miss Kupkey's bedroom, D-4"
... a "general view of the dining room"
... and the fabled Christodora House pool!
But no chapel.
Per Streeteasy, there was a transaction on this unit back in January for $700,000... we didn't dig through the paperwork.. Maybe later.
So those new gut renovations added $1 million to the unit? (The DOB permits for the space estimate the cost of work at $65,000.) Anyway, there's probably a "going to the chapel" joke here somewhere.
[Photos by Samuel H. Gottscho All photos from the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.]