At the same time he was building his 792-foot-tall tower, the famed Woolworth building, Frank Woolworth, founder of the Woolworth retail chain, hired architect Charles Pierpont Henry Gilbert to build his three daughters neighboring townhome-styled mansions at 2, 4 and 6 E. 80th Street in Manhattan. Now on the market for $90 million is the middle of the sister properties, a French Gothic mansion which broke from the neo-Classical style of the other two and was modeled after Woolworth’s own home.
Property Address: 4 E. 80th Street; New York, NY 10075
Specs: 10 bedrooms, 11.5 baths, 18,000 square feet, 6 Floors
List Price: $90 million