A loft in a famous NYC artist oasis is listing for $4.75M

Art lovers, take note.

A three-bedroom, two-bathroom Noho loft is on the market for $4.75 million. 

It’s in the same landmarked building where famed contemporary artist Francesco Clemente has a full-floor studio on the second floor — and where he worked through the pandemic.

Culture Club icon Boy George, and the late actress Olympia Dukakis, also once lived in the building, at 684 Broadway, between Great Jones and East Fourth streets. 

The 10th-floor co-op is 3,100 square feet. Details include an open living/dining area, maple and oak wood floors, wood-framed windows and 10-foot-2-inch ceilings.

The sellers, Anthony Curtis and Kathleen Hardy, bought it for $2.87 million in 2006. 

Interior of a bedroom inside the home.
The buying game: One of the $4.75 million loft’s three bedrooms.
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Interior of a dining area inside the apartment.
A dining area inside the Noho co-op.
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Interior of a living room with a fireplace.
The living room has a fireplace.
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An interior of the home's kitchen.
The 10th-floor abode has maple and oak floors throughout, including in its kitchen.
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The 12-story building features key-locked elevators and dates to 1904.

The listing brokers are Triplemint’s Wendy Juan and Tami Kurtz. 

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