Sorry, some of these suggestions might be repeats of what others have suggested.
Your Current Bike
Stack (ST)=615, Reach (RE)=395, Top Tube (TT)=586, Head Tube (HT)=210
Time VRS Fluidity, XL (ST**=615, RE**=392, TT=580, HT=219)
Parlee Z5, XL Tall (ST=624, RE=389, TT=585, HT=221)
Specialized Roubaix, 58 (ST=622, RE=392, TT=582, HT=225)
Bianchi Infinito, 61 (ST**=622, RE**=389, TT=585, HT=225)
Jamis Endura, 58 (ST=618, RE=391, TT=580, HT=210)
Colnago Ace, 56S/58S (too much missing info to get an accurate stack/reach estimate)
Merckx EMX-3, 54 (ST=610, RE=388, TT=583, HT=216)
Trek Domane, 60 (ST=632, RE=383, TT=579, HT=220)
After looking at the geometry charts, I don't think that a Ridley, Franco Kanan, Scott CR1, Cervelo R-Series, Felt Z-Series, Cannondale Synapse or BMC Granfondo will offer you what you're looking for. They have sizes with stacks greater than or equal to your Trek, but the reach is longer, which completely goes against your desire for shorter reach. You could go down one size, which would potentially solve the reach issue, but then the stack is shorter than your Trek and you said that you don't want to go any lower either. The Look 566 won't work because their largest size (XL=57) won't give you the stack that your Trek has.
All the bikes under "Possibilities" have stacks greater than or equal to your Trek (with the exception of the Merckx EMX-3) but the reach is at least a few mm shorter. It looks as if the Trek Domane series is the most extreme in terms of having a tall head tube paired with a short top tube.
** Stack & reach numbers are estimates
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