This live/work loft – designed by a ‘world-renowned photographer’ – has hit the market in New York for $8.995m.
Meylin Maldonado of Halstead is marketing the Manhattan property at 145 Sixth Avenue for the unnamed creative, who masterminded the layout of the 3,400 sq ft apartment so it double as a studio space.
The Soho loft – sited on the 2nd floor of a 1910 building – features white, gallery-like walls, rugged support beams and wooden floors. It’s also borrowed some extra features too, including wooden doors salvaged from the Plaza Hotel and reclaimed tiling from Provence.
Currently configured as a two-bedroom home, the Soho live/work loft also has a large gallery-cum-piano room, living room, separate dining room and foyer and studio.
If this one doesn’t grab your fancy, you can rent the apartment next door, designed by Jendretzki architects, for $30,000 per month.
[Via 6 Sqft]
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