SHOWSTOPPER ON BROADWAYYou’ll instantly fall in love with this industrial downtown loft located in the heart of NoHo in one of the most ornate surviving 19th-century buildings in Manhattan. This corner unit gives a graceful nod to its historic past with custom wainscoting throughout the home along with recent upgrades to meet today's lifestyle needs. Sure to take your breath away, the larger-than-life ceiling height soars over 12 feet high and the dramatic one-bedroom layout which has been reconfigured to include three additional sleeping areas. Rustic original hardwood flooring spans the 50 feet of open space all the way from the kitchen to the living room — leaving plenty of room for entertaining and hosting extravagant events. The 11-foot wall of windows flood in an abounding amount of natural light, allowing you and your guests to bask in Manhattan’s glory within the confines of centralized heat and air conditioning.Originally designed by Michael J. Fox, the open-concept kitchen is fit to satisfy any chef's dreams and features a large center island outfitted with sleek, dark granite countertops. Lined with bright glass-paneled cabinetry, the gourmet kitchen offers plenty of space for prepping, cooking, storing or all of the above. Stainless steel appliances include two ovens, a six-burner gas stove as well as an attached griddle and broiler to take your meals above and beyond from the luxury of your own home.The master bedroom is surrounded by inviting cedar wood-paneled walls and features a sitting room embellished with elegant French doors. Further complementing the rich room is an en-suite bathroom paved with marble tile flooring and equipped with a dual-sink vanity, deep soaking tub and separate shower. This marvelous home also boasts three full and one half bathroom, as well as a home office and separate laundry room with a deep sink and stacked washer and dryer.Most notoriously known for one of the most outlandish bank robberies in U.S. history when it housed the Manhattan Savings Institution Bank, 644 Bleeker is a landmark building originally built in 1898 using a mixture of Queen Anne and Romanesque Revival styles. A copper-clad tower crowns the building and an impressive wrought-iron front entrance gate with a two-story high arched entrance will welcome you home each day. Living among Manhattan’s most prominent neighborhoods of Little Italy, SoHo, Greenwich Village and East Village, you’ll never run out of charming boutiques or delicious eateries to visit. The co-op is conveniently located by the 6, B, D, F, M, R and W subway lines.