Orlando Bloom Sells Tribeca Loft in Less Than One Month

March 18, 2015

We speculated last month that Orlando Bloom’s decision to list his Tribeca loft for $5.5 million, just five months after purchasing it for $4.88 million, might have had something to do with celebrity neighbor Taylor Swift, and it looks like that’s the general consensus.

The Daily News reports that the actor has sold his three-bedroom apartment at the Sugarloaf Warehouse building less than 30 days after it hit the market. Apparently, Swift and her A-list pals have turned the building into a paparazzi frenzy, which might have proved too much for the more low-key Bloom.

155 Franklin Street, Orlando Bloom, Sugarloaf Warehouse

155 Franklin Street, Orlando Bloom, Sugarloaf Warehouse

It had been reported that Bloom was drawn to the prewar loft’s cast-iron columns, exposed brick walls, open chef’s kitchen, and wood-beamed ceilings. The home also boasts oversized casement windows, hardwood flooring, and an open chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, a built-in wine rack, and a spacious granite-topped bar. The master suite has its own private wing, and there are two additional bedrooms.

155 Franklin Street, Orlando Bloom, Sugarloaf Warehouse

The listing agent declined to comment on the sale, so no word on who the lucky buyer is or how much they paid for the pad. Taylor Swift lives in the building’s penthouse, which was formerly home to director Peter Jackson.

[Listing: 155 Franklin Street, 4S by Raphael De NiroMaggie Leigh Marshall, and Evangelos Karras of Douglas Elliman]

[Via CityRealty]

[Via NYDN]

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