652 Broadway, 3rd floor
Experience downtown luxury in the heart of NoHo.
Live with elegance and ease in this full-floor 3-bed/2-bath loft, equipped with a private elevator and ideally located just south of Bond Street. Over-sized west-facing windows stream ample sunlight into the spacious living room, complete with concealed wiring for professional-grade audio-visual equipment. Dine as you please in the elongated formal dining room or the warm breakfast nook connected to the newly-renovated chef’s kitchen, featuring state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances—like a double-sized gas Viking range with a pot-filling spigot, range hood, warming drawers, and dual wall ovens—and generous space for storage. Genuine marble finishings transform each bathroom into relaxation oases, with finishing touches of dual pedestal sinks, towel warmers, and mosaic inlay in the master bath.
Impossibly high ceilings and nearly no interior load-bearing walls present the unique opportunity of designing the home that you want, configuring the loft in any way you see fit. Hardwood floors throughout and customizable track lighting make it even easier to make the space your own. Enjoy the additional convenience of a freight elevator and the beautifully finished common roof deck, enhanced by an outdoor kitchen perfect for hosting holiday barbecues and endless views of Manhattan.
Bordered to the west by the historic Greenwich Village, the east by the edgy East Village, and the south by the famous shopping district of SoHo, the neighborhood of NoHo reflects the style, class, and cool of downtown Manhattan. Experience New York’s legendary culinary scene at Gato, Chef Bobby Flay’s Mediterranean-inspired restaurant, just one block down, or DBGB Kitchen and Bar, Chef Daniel Boulud’s bistro for French comfort food, only steps away. Walk your dog under the infamous arch in Washington Square Park and stroll through the eclectic boutiques in SoHo’s cobble-stoned side streets. At 652 Broadway, you’ll be at the heart of it all.
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|Video Intercom||Pets Allowed|
|Roof Deck||Private Storage|
|Dual Sinks||En Suite Bath|
|Soaking Tub||Stall Shower|
|Formal Dining Room||E,W Exposures|
|Stainless Steel Appliances|