644 Broadway Apt. 3W offers quintessential downtown loft living in the heart of NoHo in this expansive, one-of-a-kind loft. Housed in the landmarked Manhattan Savings Institute Bank building, this dramatic corner unit retains the charm of its storied past, while recent upgrades throughout allow for the conveniences of modern living. Currently configured as a 1 bedroom with 3 additional sleeping rooms, 2 full and 2 half bathrooms, this fantastic home boasts soaring 12 3 ceilings, oversized double-hung windows, original hardwood floors, classic wainscoting moldings, central A/C and a flexible layout to be lived in as-is or reconfigured to fit your needs. Passing through the entry foyer you will come upon the impressive open living/dining room and kitchen, which spans over 50 in length and is beautifully framed by its 11 oversized windows. Whether entertaining a large party of guests or hosting an intimate gathering, this great room will provide the perfect setting. The open chefs kitchen is anchored by a large island and features glass-paneled cabinetry accented with dark granite countertops, professional-grade stainless steel appliances including two ovens, industrial 6-burner gas stove with connected griddle and broiler, as well as generous amounts of storage and counter space. The warm master bedroom boasts rich, cedar-wood paneled walls and is bordered by a gracious windowed sitting room with modern French doors. A luxurious en suite bathroom comes complete with marble tile floors, dual sink vanity, deep soaking bathtub, and a separate tiled shower.Opposite the master suite are two more rooms currently utilized as sleeping areas and a second full bath with an extra-large, glass-enclosed shower and dual sink vanity finished in a calming yet cool color palette. Additional features of this unit include a home office with an en suite half bathroom, separate laundry room with a stacked washer and dryer and utility sink, and powder room. The Bleecker Tower Tenants Corp. is an 8-story, 15-unit boutique cooperative located in the historic NoHo district and offers residents a part-time doorman and recently refurbished roof deck. Built in 1898 in a mixture of Queen Anne and Romanesque Revival styles, this former home to the Manhattan Savings Institution Bank is the site of one of the most sensational bank robberies in U.S. history. It was restored and converted to a co-op in 1987 by renowned architect Joseph Pell Lombardi. Situated at the crossroads of SoHo, Little Italy, Greenwich Village and the East Village, 644 Broadway is ideally located within minutes of some of downtowns best restaurants, shops, neighborhood amenities, and the 6, B, D, F, M, R, and W subway lines.