In search of some room (lots of it), a fully-loaded kitchen, deluxe baths and downtown cool with a touch of Bond villain? Welcome home!
This NoHo loft/one-bedroom at 73 Bleecker Street selling for an even $10 million has style, history and some moody dark touches. Built in the late 19-century, Bleecker Tower, a building that features an ornate brick and sandstone facade, was the site of one of the greatest bank heists of all time, in 1878.
The unit's large expanses of unobstructed space and show-stopping floor-to-ceiling arched windows give it that loft-living feel, while rich, dark wood floors, cabinetry and mouldings add gravitas. (To nail down your plan to take over the world, retire to the study, a den of floor-to-ceiling bookcases in black with matching sleek stone floors, with a connecting media room.)
The spacious open chef's kitchen, featuring marble countertops and a center island, is equipped with high-end pairs of everything in stainless steel: two ovens, two Fisher and Paykel dishwashers, two refrigerators, plus an additional one for wine.
Off the grand bedroom is the luxury master bath, outfitted with radiant heat marble floors, a Maestro Picasso soaking tub, standing shower, La Cava double vanity, automated Lutron lighting and multi-zoned Sonos surround sound. Plus: a decorative wrought iron starcase because why not? (The co-op also has a powder room.)
Maintenance of $5,044 gets you a part-time doorman, a landscaped roof deck and private storage bin; the location gets you easy access to the downtown scene of Balthazar, BondST, Mercer Kitchen and The Bowery Hotel as well as Equinox and Soul Cycle to stay beautiful.
Love it? You'll need to put down 20% to make it yours.
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