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478 West Broadway 2-N, New York, NY 10012

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$2,580,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
SoHo Neighborhood
1 Beds
1.5 Baths
1,750 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$2,640 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Allows Pets
Unit Laundry

PRICE SLASHED - SPACIOUS SOHO, this approximately 1750sf, one and a half bath magazine-caliber loft is immaculate, beautifully renovated, and situated in a circa-1880 Neo-Grec brick loft building in the heart of SoHo.

Redesigned from a large one bedroom home to its current vast and dramatic open expanse nearly 80 feet long, this captivating space blends beautifully preserved original details with state-of-the-art accoutrements. Dark hardwood floors and 12-foot, ribcage-beamed ceilings frame the loft.

Substantial, East-facing windows overlooking West Broadway in the spacious living area welcome enviable light, as do those anchoring planted window boxes facing both West and North in the sitting/dressing alcove. Original, fluted cast-iron columns topped with Ionic capitals provide visual reminders of the loft's provenance. There are app-controlled integrated lighting alternatives.

An elevated eat-in kitchen features a large Caesarstone central island (used for both meal prep and barstool dining) flanked by Silestone countertops, both of which provide abundant storage. Top-of-the-line appliances include a Wolf oven and cooktop, Subzero refrigerator and wine refrigerator, plus a Blomberg washer and dryer.

The full bathroom features marble walls and has a steam room, while the powder room is sheathed in a cool slate. There are walls of generously sized, custom-built closets both in the foyer and the dressing area.

This 19th Century, 5-story building conveys the evolving and illustrious history of the SoHo Cast Iron Historic District in which it is located. Conceived originally as a dry goods manufacturing and mercantile building, for a time it harbored wine storage during Prohibition, and for decades now has housed spacious cooperative residences. There is a part-time superintendent, and pets are welcome.

Listing courtesy of Compass

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