Part of the ornate sandstone and brick-clad Bleecker Tower, this sprawling co-op benefits from the charming, arched, floor-to-ceiling windows on the second floor of this eight-story building.
This one-bedroom apartment is now on the market for $10 million, the priciest ask so far in the 15-unit building. The loft last traded hands in 2009 for $3.45 million, according to property records, so the owners are sure trying to turn a neat profit on this one.
This particular apartment embraces lavishness to the hilt: the kitchen comes fitted with marble counters and a central island; two dishwashers, two refrigerators, and two ovens; and a wine refrigerator.
In the master bathroom, there’s radiant heated marble flooring, a mosaic tile-clad standing shower, and soaking tub topped with a wrought iron staircase, most likely a remnant from the days when this building was the Manhattan Savings Institutional Bank.
The building was built between 1889-1890 and the architect used a mix of materials like terracotta, brick, copper, cast iron, and carved sandstone for the structure. The building was restored and converted into a co-op in 1987, and its historic design continues to be preserved thanks to it being part of the Noho Historic District.
A $7M loft, also on the same floor of this building, came on the market in March this year, but has since been delisted.