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$5.5M Noho loft promises 'urban bliss' in a historic cast-iron building

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Living here guarantees you plenty of natural light and stunning views

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It’s pretty clear why this stunning co-op in Noho is seeking $5.495 million. It’s not a price that’s within reach for the average Joe, but this isn’t your average Manhattan apartment.

The broker lingo calls this apartment at 684 Broadway “urban bliss,” and we can get behind that. The 3,100 square feet loft features wooden-framed floor-to-ceiling windows that line the wall of the open living/dining room, providing prolific sunlight. It gets even better from there, with high beamed ceilings, and a beautiful, contemporary kitchen that features wooden cabinets blended with stainless steel appliances.

As detailed in the listing description, the floorplan is flexible and can be shifted in myriad ways. As it stands, there are four bedrooms (one being the en-suite master bedroom with a huge walk-in closet), two full bathrooms, and two office rooms. However, the offices can be merged to create one big office, or the rooms can be repurposed into something else (fitness room, perhaps?). A laundry room also comes equipped with a washer/dryer unit.

Other features include a wood-burning fireplace, central air conditioning, heated bathroom floors, and some pretty lovely views. Just about the only thing missing here is personal outdoor space. Otherwise, everything else seems to be in place.