Prewar Coop Built 1860 in
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Rare authenticity abounds in this grandly proportioned one-bedroom corner cooperative loft in the heart of SoHo. Bathed in light from five oversized windows, with exposed-brick barrel-vaulted ceilings, this mint one-bedroom home with home office and two full bathrooms, plus a modern chef's kitchen, is perfect for entertaining or simply taking a respite from all that SoHo has to offer.
Entering by way of a keyed-locked elevator, you pass through a foyer into the dramatic open living/dining/kitchen space. The open kitchen boasts custom built-ins and top-of-the-line stainless-steel appliances by Subzero, including a new Bosch dishwasher and a new Wolf oven/stove.
Additional features include custom built-ins, custom sliding glass and steel doors, ebony stained hard-wood floors, marble bathrooms and new Bosch washer/dryer.
565 Broadway, the Ball, Black & Co. building, is a classic cast iron building originally built in 1859, perfectly located amid Downtown Manhattan's finest dining, shopping and culture. Dining room fixtures, furnishings and t.v. are excluded.