Photo credit: Rise Media – Celeste
With pops of color and pop art everywhere you look, Bradford Shellhammer’s Greenwich Village loft at 34 West 13 Street makes it hard to be anything but cheerful. The eye-popping–yet-stylish decor is no surprise; the entrepreneur, who founded the Fab shopping site among other projects, is well-known for his playful design eye. This two-bedroom loft, asking $4,950,000 and offered for the first time as a resale, is a fine example.
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, Wed, September 23, 2015
This raw-edged, sprawling 3,250 square-foot loft at 34 West 13th Street, on a bustling yet somehow old-school Greenwich Village street is on the market for the first time since the building became a cooperative in the 1970s. Formerly an acting school–there are two stages built in, which could be kind of cool if you’re the theatrical type–the space is currently configured as a two bedroom with a laundry room, a big open kitchen/dining room, a living area and a hall gallery. Located between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, it’s above the Quad Cinema indie theater (set to reopen with a big renovation this fall), which is also great if you love the movies. The ask is $5.25 million, and there are several suggested floor plans (see the photo gallery ahead), should you want to create a three- or four-bedroom home.
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