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Your breathtaking, contemporary Soho loft awaits in this corner lot that can easily be converted into a sophisticated two-bedroom ideally located between Spring and Broome Streets.
Enter the home through an inviting foyer with two roomy coat closets that opens up to an expansive, open concept where you are greeted with an impressive scale of an industrial style kitchen, dining area, living room, and media room (which can flexibly be used as a sprawling home office or library enclave). This live/work space is characterized by its exposed beams and brick in true classic loft fashion given its history as the former Old Printing House, and the free flowing space offers a perfect backdrop for designer furnishings and masterpiece artwork.
Abundant in southern and western facing windows, this corner lot is sundrenched and totals nearly 2200 square feet. Its oversized kitchen features Miele, Thermador, Viking, and Jenn-Air appliances while the king sized bedroom features its own outfitted walk-in closet and en suite bath with a double sink vanity. The spacious half bathroom holds the in-unit washer/dryer with abundance of storage space and shelving.
145 Sixth Avenue is a doorman, prewar condo commercial building located in a quiet and desirable enclave of West Soho with immediate access to city's best transit (A/C/E, 1/2, N/Q/R/W) and conveniences of city's best shopping in Soho, Hudson Square, Greenwich Village, and Tribeca with Trader Joe's sitting right on its adjacent street.