A SoHo Penthouse With Three Outdoor Spaces Asks $3.7M

Exposed brick, arched windows, and high, ornate ceilings mark this pre-war apartment.

477 Broome Street #61New York, New York, is currently listed for $3,765,000 by Sotheby's International Realty - Downtown Manhattan Brokerage.

This is the perfect combination of a modern penthouse apartment and a quintessential pre-war SoHo loft. The oversized two-bedroom, two-bathroom home has soaring ceilings, bright and sunny views, and three dramatic private outdoor spaces. 

Enter the light-flooded home directly through a private elevator and step onto the first floor with a dramatic double-height great room, open dining area, chef’s kitchen, guest suite, and separate home office. This entire level is illuminated by three large, north-facing arched windows, and one enormous center skylight perched 23 feet above. 

The living room, dining area, and chef’s kitchen make up an open floor plan, providing flexible space for entertaining. Find top-of-the-line appliances including an ice maker, wine refrigerator, and additional refrigerator drawers in the kitchen as well as plenty of cabinet space. The guest suite and home office are each fitted with deep double closets and have generous overhead storage. The first floor full bathroom also serves as the powder room for this level and houses the washer and dryer and utility sink.

The sleek, floating glass and steel staircase is a statement in the home, offering access to the upstairs primary suite, and three private ipe wood terraces. Tucked in the back of the second floor, the primary bedroom provides privacy and solitude. 

Four windows in the primary bedroom look out onto the lush landscaping of two terraces, and feature exposed brick and a fireplace. The primary bath has a deep-soaking jacuzzi tub, a large standing shower, double vanities, multiple windows, and heated floors for a full spa-like experience. 

Head to the private roof deck from the north terrace. Set against 360-degree city views, the space is an entertainer’s dream with an outdoor fireplace, two Gandia Blasco couches with a large umbrella, and space for an outdoor dining area and lounge chairs. You can also peer through the skylight all the way to the first floor of the apartment. 

The south terrace is located behind the primary suite and the second full bathroom, making it a serene and private retreat. For plant lovers without a green thumb, colorful plantings and mature Japanese maple trees in custom fiberglass planters on both terraces and the roof deck are all watered via a smart Wi-Fi irrigation control system.

The apartment also has central heating, cooling, and humidifying as well as Runtal electric wall heaters, and water filtration and reverse-osmosis drinking water. Other smart systems are Google Nest safety, security, cameras and thermostats; Siedel intercom system with smartphone app; Lutron interior and exterior lighting; Hunter Douglas motorized shades; and KEF speakers. 

Listing Details 

Bedrooms: 2

Baths: 2 full 

Year Built: 1873









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