Located in NoHo, one of downtown Manhattans most central and vibrant neighborhoods stands 738 Broadway. Originally built in 1867 and known as The Broadway McKenna Building, it was used as a warehouse. Today, it has been skilfully restored and transformed into a boutique luxury condominium offering contemporary full-floor loft layouts by architect Karl Fischer, and modern interior designs by Andres Escobar. LOFT 2 at nearly 2,400 square feet is configured as a two bedroom, two bathroom home.
Through direct elevator access, enter into a sprawling great room that measures 38' feet long by 22.5' wide with beautiful wide-plank oak hardwood floors and soaring 12' foot ceiling heights. The focal point centers around a stunning floor to ceiling gas fireplace clad in white Calcutta marble accentuated by custom LED cove lighting above. Huge over-sized west facing windows allow for ample light and wonderful city views. The open kitchen boasts custom high-gloss cabinetry, quartz counter tops, and top-of-the-line appliances including: Wolf, Miele full size side-by-side refrigerator and freezer, dishwasher, espresso machine and Subzero wine refrigerator. The master bedroom also features ambient LED cove lighting and a luxurious en-suite bathroom with overflowing Jacuzzi bathtub, separate shower, Calcutta gold marble, quartz vanity with dual sink and built-in television. The secondary bathroom is sleek in design featuring marble and white quartz finishes and fixtures by Graff and Danze. A state-of-the-art Crestron system provides added convenience; controlling all audio, electronic shades, and gas fireplace. A laundry room with full sized washer and dryer and three zones of central heating and cooling complete this stellar loft home.
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