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A vast photographer’s loft in SoHo hits the market for $4m

Exposed bricks and cast-iron columns abound inside this artist’s loft in SoHo, NYC.

On the market via agent Maggie Kent of Core NYC for $3.895m, apartment 2EF at 138 Grand Street belongs to fashion photographer and filmmaker Greg Kadel.

A vast photographer’s loft in Soho hits the market for $4m
Via Core Group

He’s retained its industrial look, including its brickwork and worn hardwood flooring. The 48-ft-long great room has large, wood-framed factory windows and towering 14-ft-high ceilings.

The 2,700 sq ft SoHo property is currently configured as a one-bedroom space, with a master bathroom and a separate powder room. The agent suggests refashioning this into a second bedroom, or stealing some square footage from the open-plan living room and kitchen, which is fitted with white subway tiles, stainless steel appliances and a custom L-shaped island made from reclaimed barn timber.

A vast photographer’s loft in Soho hits the market for $4m
Via Core Group

Kadel’s home sits inside a Second Empire-style six-storey building designed by William Field & Son for clothing manufacturer Charles Hastings in 1869. One of SoHo’s original cast-iron buildings, it is capped by a mansard roof and cast-iron cupola. The building was turned into the Ironclad Artists’ Lofts in 1977 by a group of creatives – many of whom still live in the cooperative today.

[Via 6 Sqft]

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