Tour a Masterfully Redesigned Ladies’ Mile Apartment

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In 1887, Irish merchant Hugh O’Neill built himself a cast-iron block-long beauty on Sixth Avenue to house his dry-goods emporium, complete with Corinthian columns and his name above the door. Today, it’s still home to commerce and, more recently, condo additions, one of which has been masterfully redesigned by Bade Stageberg Cox Architecture.

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