A 19.75’ wide, 5 story, approximately 6,056 square foot, mixed-use building located on the west side of Lexington Avenue between East 27th and 28th Streets. This property stands out on the avenue with exceptional street presence, boasting old world charm. An utterly rare feature is the marble stair case from the vestibule to the parlor floor. The common hallways maintain subway tiles on each landing adjoined by an ornate metal staircase and dark stained wood trim through-out. The ground floor will be delivered vacant and is vented for a restaurant. The second floor, or parlor floor, has a loft-like feel with tremendous ceiling heights, floor-to-ceiling windows, two fireplaces and an abundance of original detail and is leased to a photographer. It could be used as an office or second floor retail. The third through fifth floors consist of two separate front and rear one-bedroom apartments, with the rear apartments benefitting from the building’s extension. The fifth floor rear is a beautifully renovated apartment with a split system air conditioning unit and a functioning gas fireplace. In addition, a steel and wood roof deck can be utilized exclusively with the top floor or could be available for the entire building. Given the location and quality, a property of this caliber will attract both users and investors alike.