Just came back from Escrow! Priced to sell. Hurry before it is gone again. Designed by the illustrious Sumner P. Hung in 1897, the five story Irvine Byrne Building was only the second office building to be erected Downtown. Now known as the Pan American Building, the Beaux Arts structure was given a $20 Million Makeover in 2006 and converted to lofts. This beautifully designed corner unit loft features original flooring, original exposed brick & steel beams, 12 foot high ceilings, floor to ceiling large windows, window seating, and with only 1 neighbor to share a wall. Included is an exclusive one care parking space on the main floor. Located next to the bustling Grand Central Market and public transportation, as well as the many new retail, restaurant and venues, its the perfect fit for a new downtowner or a historic core buff. The building has been deemed as a historical landmark, which means it qualifies for the "Mills Act" tax savings. Listed by Luke Vu, Luke D. Vu, Broker.