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Model's Dubbeldam-Designed Loft Now Relisted as Raw Space

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A tipster points us to apartment #5N at 50 Wooster Street, which was recently listed for $9.75 million. It seems straightforward enough?a "raw full floor loft" with 4,800 interior square feet and a 560-square-foot terrace, plus wooden columns, arched windows, 12' ceilings, and two wood-burning fireplaces. But there's a little more going on here: two years ago, the loft was not raw space. It was a 4BR, 2.5BA designed by noted architect Winka Dubbeldam and owned by model Haylynn Cohen. It was also on the market for the much lower price of $7.75 million. Our tipster asks the quite reasonable questions: "Was there a fire? Or did Haylynn get tired of raking the rug?" Intel welcomed in comments or to the tipline. Above, what the place looked like in 2009, when it had that lower price tag. (The floorplan on the current listing is the same.)
The brokerbabble for the Dubbeldam design lives on over at StreetEasy, and it looks like those rotating breakfast bars are a trend on Wooster Street:

Right off the Living Room is a private 560+/- sq ft terrace with outdoor heating and a sound system. The Kitchen is equipped with Miele appliances, a SubZero fridge, Boffi cabinetry, a breakfast bar that swings out into the Dining Area, and an adjoining laundry room and pantry. The 3 Bedrooms and Library/Office are behind a stainless steel and blue-tinted glass wall. The Master Suite has a wood-burning fireplace, concrete Master Bath and a separate Dressing Area. The concrete master bath is a little hard to visualize, but luckily, Haylynn gave a video tour a few years back:

· Listing: 50 Wooster Street [Sotheby's]
· 50 Wooster Street #5N [StreetEasy]
· Winka Dubbeldam coverage [Curbed]