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A six-story artist loft building on West Houston Street has hit the market for $22.5 million. The brokerbabble touts the place as perfect for a condo conversion, but the real highlight is who used to occupy the building. Japanese-born conceptual artist Arakawa used to live there, and Bob Dylan used the first floor of the building as a rehearsal studio. Developers will also be pleased that building retains cast-iron facade details, marble slab floors, and is "not restricted by landmark designations." [NYO; StreetEasy listing]