Sunbathed, open spaces and sky-high ceilings define this quintessential SoHo floor-through loft. With an expanse of open, true-loft living space, this sprawling second-floor residence offers a clean slate for your decorating genius. 12-foot ceilings with recessed lighting and sleek wide-plank flooring underscore the bright airiness of the main living area, amplifying sunlight through classic arched windows. Arrive via keyed elevator to take in the massive 40-foot by 17-foot great room lined by incredible home office built-ins and storage. The spacious, open kitchen acts as the literal heart of the home, with full-size stainless steel appliances and a large Ceasarstone center island providing the perfect backdrop for culinary creativity and lively entertaining. Further on, you'll find an ideal space for a media room or formal dining area, while two spacious bedrooms flank the quiet southern end of the home. The large master suite includes a roomy closet and an en suite bathroom, while the second bedroom includes a large closet and access to a well-appointed second full bathroom. An oversized laundry room with in-unit washer-dryer, numerous discreet storage spaces, and a four zone central air conditioning system round out this stylish SoHo charmer. Located in the heart of the SoHo Cast Iron Historic District, No. 463 is set on one of the finest blocks of Broome Street, known for its harmonious appearance and wide sidewalks. Built in 1867, the five-story co-op building includes a classic iron and stone faade with rows of arched windows. Here, you're at the epicenter of the world-class dining, shopping and cultural institutions that make SoHo the coveted capital of downtown. Access to transportation is unbeatable with N/Q/R/W, J/Z, 6, A/C/E and 1 trains all nearby.