For your Friday afternoon viewing pleasure, we take a look at a four-bedroom meeting hall turned loft on the western edge of the East Village in New York City.
Owned by photographer Gregory Colbert, the 6,785 square-foot loft spreads out over the third floor of a former 19th century meeting hall where William Randolph Hearst reportedly once gave a speech. The centerpiece of the home is the living area with arched 32-foot ceilings that brings to mind the property’s former life.
In addition to this room, UrbanTurf’s favorite aspect of the home is the solarium and kitchen that leads out to an 800 square-foot terrace.
The loft is listed for a cool $25 million. Enjoy.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/friday_eye_candy_bowery_meeting_hall_turned_loft/9386
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