June 28, 2016
Here's a rare opportunity to own a Soho loft that was the longtime home of an artist--most of the artist apartments of the 60s and 70s have since changed hands. This apartment at 64 Grand Street belonged to Bill Alpert, who was known for his abstract paintings and lived here from 1967 until his death last year. It is very much a raw space, with the original hardwood floors, exposed ceiling pipes, a fire escape view and walls high enough to hang nothing but artwork. We can't imagine the price for it back in 1968, but now it's asking just a hair over $3 million.
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