Located in a prime lower Fifth Avenue prewar building, the dated spaces of this grand home were given new life after we elegantly combined two units into one spacious apartment and invigorated the fading finishes and aged millwork with fresh updates. New custom elements include wood flooring laid in a herringbone pattern, painted wood crown molding, and arched wooden display niches that complement a new wooden arched passage at the entrance. In addition, custom wood dado paneling bolster the character of the living room and entry gallery. The herringbone pattern is reinterpreted with white Calacatta flooring in the all-new guest bathroom. And a new European-style kitchen with stainless steel cabinets provides a modern note of contrast to this refreshed traditional home.