By Caroline Biggs

Published on May 9, 2016

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Photography by JAMES EWING FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

by Caroline Biggs

According the WSJ, Olsen’s unit occupies a full floor of  a19th century building—complete with a Beaux-Arts s cast iron façade—that’s being converted into condominiums. 

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Photography by JAMES EWING FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

The two-bedroom abode includes a 24-hour doorman, gym-access, and over 3,000 square feet of living space. 

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Photography by JAMES EWING FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

There are also high ceilings, oversized windows—ensuring lots of natural light—glass walls, parquet floors, and several columns sprinkled throughout the spread. 

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Photography by JAMES EWING FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

The colossal-sized kitchen boasts a brick-style backsplash, custom cabinetry, and center island that doubles as a breakfast bar. 

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Photography by JAMES EWING FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Cool glass and metal doors separate the kitchen from the formal dining area. 

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Photography by JAMES EWING FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

There’s even a Carrera marble-covered master bath, complete with mosaic-tiled floors, steam shower, and soaking tub!