Full-Floor Residence at the Newly Built Flatiron House Wants $13.5 Million

Bringing the outside in with its self-irrigating balcony gardens, the luxury condos inside the Flatiron House prioritize wellbeing and a connection to nature. And the building's biggest unit is no exception, with a planted loggia that runs the full length of the east windows.

Georgie Mihaila
4 Min Read
Exterior of the Flatiron House condo building, designed based on the principles of biophilic design. Rendering courtesy of Wordsearch

One of New York’s finest new residential buildings has recently unveiled its crown jewel.

Rising above West 23rd Street in trendy Flatiron District, Flatiron House is a two-building condo development that aims at bridging the gap between luxury city living and a much-needed connection to nature.

With planted and irrigated Juliet balconies in most of its residences, a lush central garden, and a distinct focus on biophilic design — a design philosophy centered around the idea that the indoors should mimic the great outdoors to improve people’s lives and enhance happiness — Flatiron House stands out from its concrete and glass counterparts.

the courtyard at the Flatiron House condo building in Manhattan
Rendering courtesy of Wordsearch

Now in the final stages of development, Flatiron House was designed — both inside and out — by COOKFOX Architects, a leader in biophilic design, in collaboration with Anbau Development.

Drawing upon the aesthetic of its landmarked neighbors through a distinctly contemporary lens, Flatiron House consists of two residential buildings connected by a central garden.

The first, a more intimate structure dubbed ‘the Loft’, offers only seven one- to five-bedroom residences (many of which span the full floor with direct elevator access) and an entrance on 24th Street.

the garden balconies at the flatiron house
Rendering courtesy of Wordsearch

The second, and biggest, goes simply by ‘the Tower’, and consists of 37 one-to four-bedroom residences with a separate entrance on 23rd Street.

But the Tower too offers a full-floor residence: the 3,194-square-foot unit Residence 21A, the building’s most expensive home, which towers above downtown Manhattan offering 360-degree views.

Priced at $13,500,000, the full-floor home comes with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a corner living / dining room with bright south and east exposures, and a perfectly-appointed kitchen.

kitchen of a unit inside the Flatiron House condo building
Rendering courtesy of Wordsearch
living room of a unit inside the Flatiron House condo building
Rendering courtesy of Wordsearch

The living room opens up to captivating city views that include the Clocktower and downtown Manhattan, while two of the secondary bedrooms offer Empire State Building views.

As for the primary bedroom of the upscale residence — which features a large walk-in closet and windowed dressing room, and 5-fixture bath — it opens right into the planted balcony, also called a loggia (defined as an open-sided extension to a house).

bedroom of a unit inside the Flatiron House condo building
Rendering courtesy of Wordsearch
bathroom of a unit inside the Flatiron House condo building
Rendering courtesy of Wordsearch

In fact, the $13.5 million residence has a 222-square-foot planted and irrigated loggia that runs the full length of the east windows, adding to the rhythmic grid of windows and leafy balconies that are characteristic to the building.

Designed in collaboration with Brooklyn-based landscape architect Future Green Studio, plant species will be included in the home, such as periwinkle, thyme, oregano, lavender, alpine strawberries, and lowbush blueberries.

The planting choices are very specific and based on a Mediterranean approach to be edible, fragrant and open to regular sun exposure.

But the lushly planted gardens are by no means the luxury building’s only upscale additions. Indoor amenities include an attended lobby, a fitness center with yoga area and terrace access, a lounge, a game room with billiards table and dining area, and discreet on-site parking.

Residence 21A is the most expensive unit at the Flatiron House, with the lowest priced residence being $1.98 million at the time of writing.

More stories you might like

If You Want to Live in a Celebrity Building, Here are Your Best Options

The Many Famous Residents of the San Remo, NYC’s First Twin-Towered Building

Live Like Kevin in ‘Home Alone 2: Lost in New York’ in This $6.5M Residence at the Plaza

Share This Article
With a decade-long career as a digital content creator, Georgie started out as a real estate journalist for Multi-Housing News & CPExecutive. She later transitioned into digital marketing, working with leading real estate websites like PropertyShark, RENTCafé and Point2Homes. After a brief but impactful stint in the start-up world, where she led the marketing divisions of fintech company NestReady and media publisher Goalcast, Georgie returned to her first passion, real estate, and founded FancyPantsHomes.com