When this 6,785-square-foot loft hit the market back in 2009, there was only one measly photo of the concert-hall-turned-apartment. This probably wasn't to blame, but the pad never sold. Now, it has been re-listed the 11-room Noho loft with Sotheby's, and you can feast your eyes upon 19 images of the stunningly renovated full-floor space. The owner bought the unit for $6 million in 2004, and he stands to make quite a nice payday?he's asking $25 million for the place, up $5 million from 2009. Back then, he said that he'd use the money to fund his global photography excursions, so we guess his budget increased?
The listing calls the 3rd floor space "Beethoven Hall," and it dates to 1860. The arched ceilings reach 32 feet high, and there is an 800-square-foot outdoor terrace. It boasts 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a wood-burning fireplace, reclaimed hardwood floors, and a "high-tech library." Plus, there's a laundry room, fitness center, and 466-square-foot storage space. Check out the floorplan: