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Built: 1914

Redesigned by H Justin: 2005

Stories: 10

Units: 50

Residential Square Feet: 100,000

Architect: CMA Design Studio

Designer: Shamir Shah Design


The Heywood is a building with an elaborate history. Built in the early 1910’s, it housed commercial printing businesses until its conversion to condominiums during 2005-2006. Because the Heywood was constructed as commercial space housing substantial equipment, the architectural details of the loft building are grand, including thick concrete between each floor, and soaring 12.5-foot ceilings and 8-foot windows. Known for first class conversions of pre-war loft buildings, the Henry Justin Development Group converted the Heywood into 50 loft residences, each with square footage of approximately 1,200 to 3,150. Unobstructed views flood the residences with sunlight, many of which have Empire State Building views. World-renowned interior designer Shamir Shah created residences of the highest quality with timeless design and generous proportions.