Know what full-floor open loft spaces are good for? Easily fitting all the PriceChops on a graphic! Thanks, 80 Wooster Street, for having such an interesting listing history and easily-photoshoppable layout. To recap: this apartment, listed sometimes as #PH and sometimes as #7, first came on the market in March 2010 for $7.85 million. The PriceChopper cut it down to $6.5 million and then $6.2 million before the one-time artists' co-op took a hiatus from the market. It came back earlier this year with a new low ask of $5.95 million?which has finally done the trick for its hedge fund-type owner. The apartment sold for $5.65 million in a deal that hit public record this week. The buyer appears to be in the fashion industry. Does that count as art?
· 80 Wooster Street #7 [StreetEasy]
· Pioneering Soho Penthouse Can't Meet Lofty Asking Price [Curbed]