$10,000,000 New York CIty Loft
As you approach the ornate sandstone and brick facade of Bleecker Tower with its iconic copper tower, it is already apparent that that this building is anything but ordinary. Built in the late 19th Century to house the Manhattan Savings Institution, this magnificent, monumental building was the site of one of the greatest bank heists of all time by George Leslie, the "King of the Bank Robbers?" and his band of thieves, solidifying a place in NYC lore.
Today, this legendary building has been transformed into a boutique and exclusive cooperative in the heart of NoHo with apartments that echo the grandeur of the building itself. Apartment 2E is perhaps the crown jewel of the building, benefitting from the dramatic, floor-to-ceiling arched windows that encircle the building's 2nd floor with approximately 12 -foot ceilings. The colossal scale of the windows emphasizes the expanse of the loft space while simultaneously articulating the vast living room into more intimate areas with no shortage of uses.