The fabled Gilded Age of New York is perfectly exemplified by the Beaux Arts Limestone Mansion at 57 East 64th Street. The architect was C.P.H. Gilbert who was renowned for designing fashionable Beaux Arts buildings. This 25 x 100, 14,000 sq. ft, seven-story mansion was meticulously renovated between 1995 and 2000 by a renowned Italian fashion house to be used for shows, fashion shows and corporate offices. Two front entrances and lobby with fireplace. The building's spectacular interior features a sweeping staircase, HIGH CEILINGS, seven wood burning fireplaces and a six passenger elevator. This one-of-a-kind property is suitable for use as a hedge fund or corporate headquarters, embassy, foundation, gallery, institution or single family home. The integrity of a single family home is intact. Commercially zoned presently but easily converted back to residential.