Case Study

42 Ann Street: A Historic Transformation

42 Ann Street, a striking Renaissance Revival building spanning seven floors, originally erected in 1892 to house Keuffel & Esser Co., a prominent manufacturer of drafting and architectural instruments.

Nestled in one of the oldest streets of New York City, this historic property now resides in the midst of one of the city's fastest-growing real estate markets.

Anticipated Completion:
Floor size
2,708 Sq Ft – 3,444 Sq Ft

Elevating Historic Charm

EMP Capital took ownership of this intricate, landmarked structure and embarked on a transformative journey. The result? Seven luxurious, floor-through apartments that seamlessly blend historic charm with modern opulence.

Luxurious Features

Each of these full-floor luxury condominiums boasts radiant heating, barrel vault ceilings, recessed lighting, spacious open kitchens equipped with Viking and Liebherr appliances, in-unit laundry rooms, and comprehensive seven-zone Crestron home automation systems.

21st Century Rebirth

EMP Capital Group revitalized this 19th-century gem, bringing it into the 21st century. A virtual doorman, private keyed-in elevator access to individual units, and inspired architectural enhancements ensure residents experience the utmost in contemporary luxury.