Step into the stately entrance of the Engineer’s Club to enjoy a journey in one of the most iconic Manhattan property where the distinguished names of Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison, or Tesla elaborated the plans that shaped the future of New York City architecture and engineering. This Bryant Park hidden gem is located in the12 story Renaissance Revival style building completed in 1907 which has kept its look and appearance almost intact, and stands as an architectural reminder of the emergence of NY State as the engineering center of the country and the World.

The unit 1A is over half the taproom/grill space which originally extended across the full back lobby and boast a large leaded glass window featuring a ship and the ceiling beams that are part of the original motif from 1907. The 14ft ceilings and skylight window brings a unique and grand dimension to the space surrounded by original brick walls and a decorative fire place, and covered with hardwood floor finished with light grey contemporary stains.

The Unit 1A connects with a small kitchen to 1K on the main level. Each unit also has separate entrances and a fire door that creates a flawless pass through between. The Unit 1K spreads over a modern duplex layout and combined a private patio. The finishes include terra cotta floors and a steel staircase. The 1K unit was built later and calls for a possible residential conversion.
As such, a kitchen extension and additional bathroom could be installed to extend the possible residential conversion of this unit, which would bring a substantial upside in the property use and value.

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