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Bleecker Tower

644 Broadway, between Bleecker Street & Bond Street   |    NOHO

Bleecker Tower - 644 Broadway
  • Co-op
  • Built in 1890
  • 15 Apartments
  • 8 Floors

Bleecker Tower, 644 Broadway has received a CityRealty Rating of 73, based on:

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Nearby Subway Stations

  1. J
    • Bowery (at Delencey) (0.45 miles)
  2. M
    • Bleecker Street (at Lafayette) (0.07 miles)
  3. Z
    • Bowery (at Delencey) (0.45 miles)
  4. B
    • Bleecker Street (at Lafayette) (0.07 miles)
  5. D
    • Bleecker Street (at Lafayette) (0.07 miles)
  6. F
    • Bleecker Street (at Lafayette) (0.07 miles)
  7. N
    • Prince Street (at Broadway) (0.19 miles)
  8. R
    • Prince Street (at Broadway) (0.19 miles)
  9. 6
    • Bleecker Street (at Lafayette) (0.07 miles)
  10. A
    • West 4th Street (at 6th Ave and Waverly Pl) (0.47 miles)
  11. C
    • Spring Street (at 6th Ave and Vandam) (0.43 miles)
  12. E
    • Spring Street (at 6th Ave and Vandam) (0.43 miles)


This 8-story, orange stone building at 644 Broadway is known as Bleecker Tower and is one of the city’s more ornate surviving 19th Century buildings. 

It was designed by Stephen Decatur Hatch in 1891 for the Manhattan Savings Institution and was converted in 1987 to a residential cooperative with 15 apartments. The architect for the cooperative conversion was Joseph Pell Lombardi, one of the city’s most active and best converters of architectural interesting older properties. 

The building is on the northeast corner at Bleecker Street and is adjacent to the spectacular loft building at 65 Bleecker Street that is the only work by Louis Sullivan in New York City.

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of Bleecker Tower, 644 Broadway

Carter Horsley's Building Review
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Features & Amenities

  • Conversion Year: 1978
  • PT Doorman
  • Hi Rise
  • Pre War
  • Basement Storage
  • Intercom
  • Elevator


  • Architectural masterpiece by Stephen Decatur Hatch
  • Great location
  • Close to NoHo, SoHo, Greenwich Village and East Village
  • Adjacent to only Louis Sullivan building in city
  • Part-time doorman
  • Private storage
  • Good transportation
  • Convenient to New York University
  • Close to Washington Square Park
  • Good shopping


  • No roof deck
  • No garage
  • No fitness center

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