Address 644 Broadway New York, NY 10012, USA

Splendid is the right word when looking at the facade of 644 Broadway. A building that has undergone many transformations but whose soul is intact.

Also known as the Bleecker Tower, because of its location at the corner of Broadway and Bleecker Street, the building at 644 Broadway has had several uses.

When it was built in 1891, the Manhattan Savings Institution took possession of the premises until the early 1940s. After a name change to Manhattan Savings Bank, branch 644 was closed.

For a long time, the owners of the premises built several residential apartments in the 1970s. Then, in the 1980s, these same units were converted into 15 luxury lofts, each weighing nearly $3 million in square footage.

In 2000, a major renovation of the façade was undertaken, restoring all its past beauty.

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ROME map of 100 cult places (French Edition)

The Rome Fantrippers map, an original way to discover the Eternal City! Through 100 pop culture places, walk through its streets from another angle. Movies, TV shows, music, comics and novels, will allow you to spend a pleasant moment in this fascinating city. With a folded format of 10 x 18 cm and 60 x 54 cm unfolded, it slips easily into your pocket or your bag to be consulted easily.

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