650 Sixth Avenue also known as 'The Cammeyer' is a pre-war building built in 1892 which was newly converted to a condo in 2007. Located in the Flatiron District, this residence was once the former home to the world's largest shoe store in the historic Ladies Mile District in 1892. Today, it has been given modern finishes conveniently located in downtown Manhattan nearby an array of restaurants, retail stores, and steps away from major trains to uptown or further downtown.
The building has a total of 7 floors with 67 apartments. This historic landmark building has a 24 hour doorman with building staff, a gym, private storage, and a beautiful 3,600 sq. ft. common rooftop deck overlooking views of the city. The Cammeyer is a loft building so expect spacious big rooms with oversized windows, dark walnut flooring, and soaring ceilings up to 12 ft. High end finishes are fully adorned with kitchens by Poggenpohl, Corian countertops, Miele, Sub Zero, Waterworks, and Duravit appliances.