Prime Soho Quintessential Classic 2 Bedroom corner Prewar Loft with breathtaking, unobstructed South and East open city views. This dramatic sun-drenched open space (perfect for grand & sophisticated entertaining), features 11.5" ceilings, 2 winged bedrooms, open kitchen, Subzero fridge, Bosch dishwasher & washer/dryer, central air conditioning, hardwood floors and original details. From the 7 over-sized windows you can enjoy magical sunrises in the morning and glorious sunsets at night. The corner Living Room (as well as the Master Bedroom) features dramatic open southern views as far as the eye can see, including views of the World Trade Center, the Woolworth Building, City Hall, Frank Gehry Building, The Police Building and much more. The Master Bedroom also includes a spacious walk-in closet and built in storage. A cast iron claw foot tub and separate rain shower are found in the elegant and over-sized bathroom. The 2nd bedroom has the same wonderful Southern views and has an additional 7 x 8 loft built in above the bedroom space resulting in a bonus small office below. A 2nd bathroom may also be easily added. Excellent building financials and the extremely low maintenance of $838 includes cable tv, HBO, Showtime, internet, heat, hot water and gas. There is a quarterly assessment of $747.93 for the beautiful new roof deck and common roof. 10M also comes with a free, individual locked storage cage in the basement. 476 Broadway has a full-time super and one of the finest landscaped roof top terraces in all of Soho. 10M is a Co-op unit within the 476 Broadway Condo building. Board approval is required. This unit does NOT require A.I.R. (Artist In Residence - JLWQA). This building has its Final C of O. Pets are permitted, with Board approval.
SoHo (South-of- Houston) extends from West Houston to Canal Streets, between Sixth Avenue and the Bowery. Artists began to move into this formerly drab manufacturing area in the early 1970s, taking over abandoned lofts and buildings and turning them into homes and galleries. SoHo has since transformed into a beautiful and trendy neighborhood. Once home to a few cutting edge shops, huge artists’ lofts and low-key bars, SoHo now rivals Madison Avenue as an upscale residential and retail neighborhood. Surrounded by 19th century cast iron architecture, the entire neighborhood is the city’s only landmarked district and is famous for its shops, galleries and some of the city’s best restaurants, including Alison on Dominick Street and Blue Ribbon on Sullivan Street.
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