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Sprawling, South-facing, Soho loft with high ceilings, oversized windows, keyed elevator, and low carrying costs. A former studio of prolific American painter, Alex Katz, this is a true, authentic artist's loft. Enormous, 36' x 24' great room for living/ dining with three oversized windows that look out over Broome at the cast iron buildings across the street Chef's kitchen with ample counter space and top-of-the-line appliances: Miele wall oven and microwave, Fisher Paykel double drawer dishwasher, Sub Zero refrigerator and wine cooler & Schott Ceran stove Private, North-facing primary suite with walk-in dressing area and four fixture, ensuite bath with radiant heat floors, soaking tub and separate steam shower- Full-size, second bedroom with custom closet and adjacent full bath with radiant heat floors- Large interior bedroom/den/office/media room with frosted glass interior windows for privacy.- Half bath tucked off the living area with LG vented washer/dryer and additional storage space Thoughtful custom storage, high ceilings (10'1" - 10'11"), Brazilian walnut flooring, built-in sound system, and recessed lighting throughout. Two-zone central air / heat for comfort. 458 Broome Street is a stunning five-story co-op building, with four residential units and one commercial space located in the heart of SoHo. Built in 1867, the cast iron building's arched cornice with dentil molding and twin columns flanking the entrance reflect its Greco-Roman inspired architecture. Together, 456 and 485 Broome make up the Nieuw Broome Tenant's Corp. Nearby favorites include Balthazar, Lure Fishbar, Esquina, Dominique Ansel, Ciprini, Fanelli Cafe and some of the best shopping in the world. Centrally located with a multitude of transit options, (A/C/E, B/D/F/M, 4/5/6, 1/2, & J trains) 458 Broome Street is an ideal location to call home. Pets allowed. Pied-a-terre allowed. Gifting / co-purchase / guarantors all considered with Board approval. * Monthly maintenance is subsidized by rental income collected from the coop's commercial tenants, paid in semi-annual distributions. This is the net figure.