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  • For Sale    1,087,254,016 JPY (Off Market)
  • 420 West Broadway PHA
  • Build Size: 345.41 m2
  • Property Type: Apartment
  • Property Style: Loft
  • Bedroom(s): 3
  • Bathroom(s): 3

Property Description

GRACIOUS SOHO DUPLEX PENTHOUSE WITH PRIVATE TERRACE Welcome to the perfect full-floor loft providing privacy, serenity and stylish authentic Soho living! From your private entrance foyer, enter into the great room, a grand living space with soaring 11-foot ceilings, beautiful walnut sound-proofed hardwood floors and oversized stone fireplace. The impressive and open dining room features three large east-facing windows framed by exposed brick walls and is the perfect space for large dinner parties and casual entertaining. The sun-drenched eat-in kitchen with south and east exposures is a chef’s dream! It offers plenty of counter and storage space, stainless steel appliances, including Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf range and vented exhaust. The expansive primary bedroom, with five windows facing south and west, includes a separate sitting area. The ensuite luxury spa-like primary bath has a beautiful deep soaking tub, double sinks, and a separate spacious shower with a bench. A spacious and sunny secondary bedroom features a southern wall of windows with views of the World Trade Center and oversized ensuite bath. A striking staircase takes you to the dreamy third bedroom/sunroom with full ensuite bath. Floor to ceiling windows and double doors open to the lavishly mature landscaped terrace; a serene retreat with World Trade Center views and open skies. Other features of this spectacular home include a separate home office, a yoga/Pilates studio, laundry room with a vented washer/dryer, central air conditioning, and tilt and turn windows. Built in 1910, the Soho Gallery Building was the epicenter of the SoHo art scene in the 1960’s, 70’s, and 80’s. It is most well-known for housing the galleries of Leo Castelli and Sonnabend who built the careers of Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein and many others. Converted in 2000, 420 West Broadway is now a 7-story, 9-unit co-operative building with entrances both on Broadway and Thompson Streets. A doorman is on duty seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Residents enjoy a full-time superintendent, keyed elevator, video intercom, and private storage, as well as flexible policies on pets and pied-a-terre.

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Bradley Ingalls
Bradley Ingalls NRT Sotheby's International Realty