This $2.6M classic Soho loft is a collector’s dream
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This $2.6M classic Soho loft is a collector’s dream

December 16, 2021

Photo credit: Brown Harris Stevens

This loft co-op at 421 West Broadway has the covetable loft bones that exemplify the Soho neighborhood: 11-foot-high wood-beamed ceilings, tall windows, big, open rooms, and wood floors. Anyone with a serious collection should take note: This particular loft, asking $2,600,000, belongs to an artist and collector, and while the space is the perfect home for loft lovers, it doubles as a fascinating gallery.

The home is currently configured with two bedrooms. There are two bathrooms and lots of open entertaining and display space.

A colorful loft kitchen has sleek Euro-style cabinetry and built-in appliances, including a dishwasher and a washer/dryer. A wood-topped breakfast bar maximizes space, with plenty of room for a formal dining table.

Two spacious bedrooms have big closets and overhead storage. The charming, Moroccan-tiled master bath boasts painted brick and mirrored walls. Another perk: A two-person whirlpool tub.

The pet-friendly co-op has central air conditioning, and a secure key-locked elevator opens directly into the loft. In true Soho style, the co-op owns the store that anchors the building to bring in income to offset expenses.

[Listing details: 421 East Broadway #2N at CityRealty]

[At Brown Harris Stevens by Emily R. Fuller and Joel Stanger]


Photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

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