Centrally located in Noho, one of downtown Manhattan's most vibrant neighborhoods, the lofts at 738 Broadway are a triumphant example of classic cast-iron architecture skillfully reimagined for luxury living . Originally built in 1867 and known as The Broadway McKenna Building, it was used as a warehouse. Completed in 2015, today this beautifully restored boutique condominium offers four contemporary homes by architect Karl Fischer, and modern interior designs by Andres Escobar.
PH1 is a sprawling 3,188 square foot 3 bedroom 3 bathroom home. Conveniently laid out over two levels with the master bedroom upstairs and secondary bedrooms downstairs for optimal privacy. Enter through direct elevator access into an expansive great room that measures 38.3 feet long by 21.5 feet wide. The focal point of the great room centers on a stunning floor to ceiling gas fireplace clad in white Calcutta marble, accentuated by custom LED cove lighting. Over-sized west facing windows allow for ample light and charming city views. The open kitchen boasts custom high-gloss wood cabinetry, quartz countertops, and top-of-the-line appliances by Wolf, Miele, and Sub-Zero, including a full size side-by-side refrigerator and freezer, dishwasher, espresso machine and wine refrigerator. The master bedroom features ambient LED cove lighting and a luxurious en-suite bathroom with overflowing Jacuzzi bathtub, separate Dream Light Rain Canopy enclosed shower, Calcutta gold marble, quartz vanity with dual sink and built-in television. Secondary bathrooms are 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 audio, electronic shades, and the gas fireplace. Wide-plank oak floors, a laundry room with full sized washer and dryer, multiple zones of central heating/cooling, and video security/virtual doorman complete this magnificent loft home.
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