620 Broadway , New York, NY 10012
Opportunity awaits you in this dramatic loft space in one of the most vibrant and culturally rich areas of the city. Superbly positioned in Noho, this perfectly preserved artists’ live/work loft is offered by a world renowned New York artist and has many great features and possibilities. The open and expansive Great Room boasts soaring 15 ft ceilings, incredible wall space for displaying artwork, and hardwood floors. The floor plan was thoughtfully conceived, and allows the kitchen, dining area and living space to flow freely into each other and perfect for entertaining. On the far side of the Great Room facing East towards quiet and private Crosby Street, is a wall of glass bricks that runs seamlessly through both floors as well as the mezzanine level allowing for ample light but also privacy and quiet enjoyment. The mezzanines which are accessible by spiral staircases, are positioned opposite of each other to offer an abundance of storage space and could have a multitude of uses such as sleeping, office space or entertaining. The lower level offers an extra large room that is currently being utilized as an art gallery but can also be used for studio/work space, entertaining, a playroom or a private home theater room. The master bedroom suite, located on this level is a large open space with two walls of closets, a deep marble soaking tub and a separate office space.620 Broadway is an exquisite and priceless example of early cast iron architecture on the edge of the NoHo Historic District. Designed originally by notable architect John B. Snook in 1858 and converted to loft residences in 1980, this iconic prewar building is now surrounded by world renowned restaurants and shopping such as Mercer Kitchen, Balthazar’s, Noho Star, Bloomingdales, Prada, Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren, The Apple Store and much, much more. Conveniently located near the B, D, F, M, 6, N & R trains for transportation. Whole Foods and Dean & DeLuca are easily accessible for food shopping. New York University, Washington Square Park, The Angelica Film Center and The New Museum are within walking distance. Pets are welcome and subletting allowed.
John is known for his supportive communication style and team-oriented approach. During his career, John has developed the skills that enable him to deal with any problems that may arise in a real estate transaction. Contact John & his team today!