The top four floors of this unusual eight-story 1929 landmark building'built in the same monumental Italian Renaissance-palazzo style as the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Building in Lower Manhattan'were converted to 29 residential condominium apartments in 2006. The actual bank at its base has been left unchanged and continues to operate within the building's grand, vaulted banking hall'one of the city's most spectacular interior landmarks. With SLCE Architects at the helm, the residential conversion gave each apartment a different layout, all with dramatic entry galleries; six are duplexes with roof terraces; the apartments have their own entrance at 2112 Broadway. Residents enjoy a 24-hour concierge in a lobby designed by Beyer Blinder Belle Architects, a gym inside the bank's vault, a "canine shower for grooming pets," central A/C and laundry facilities. This classic Upper West Side location puts residents a short distance from Central Park as well as the museums, culture, dining and shopping options this highly desirable residential neighborhood has to offer.
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