What’s a loft apartment without the big windows? In this case, at a co-op for sale in Noho, windows are everything. Located inside Bleecker Tower at 644 Broadway, it’s a sprawling, open loft with floor-to-ceiling arched windows reaching 13 feet high and spanning 20 feet wide. That’s paired with upgrades and restorations to the space, which was formerly known as the Manhattan Savings Institute bank building when it was built in 1898. As a residence, it’s so impressive that it won the American Institute of Architects award for Outstanding Interiors in 2015. And you can now own it for $7.495 million.
This is inside the great room, which is large enough for living and dining room spaces. The apartment has been listed by apartment flippers Viven Sylvester and Marcella Cacci, who bought it for $2.85 million in September of 2013 and undertook a major, super sleek renovation.
The open chef’s kitchen, according to the listing, “is furnished with custom Italian Poliform cabinetry and top of the line Gaggenau appliances.” Simply put, it’s fancy stuff.
The great room is distinguished by a 10-foot-long stone fireplace — quite dramatic. Those huge windows have been covered with Sunshield solar film to protect the owner’s art collection on display.
There are two bedrooms total, but the master lays claim to the biggest window. Talk about amazing light! There’s also 20 feet of floor-to-ceiling, custom-designed twin closets in here.
As for the en-suite master bathroom, check out the large soaking tub, set against a backdrop of Italian marble. If that’s not impressive enough for you, it’s also equipped with radiant heated flooring, separate dual vanities, and a big shower.
The building shares a communal roof deck with lots of seating areas. But with windows so massive inside your loft, who needs to go outdoors? We’d rather relax in that soaking tub.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Noho