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.
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.
There are also high ceilings, oversized windows—ensuring lots of natural light—glass walls, parquet floors, and several columns sprinkled throughout the spread.
The colossal-sized kitchen boasts a brick-style backsplash, custom cabinetry, and center island that doubles as a breakfast bar.
Cool glass and metal doors separate the kitchen from the formal dining area.
There’s even a Carrera marble-covered master bath, complete with mosaic-tiled floors, steam shower, and soaking tub!