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Mercer Street Loft Looks Like An Art Gallery, Wants $7.5M

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The first thing that jumps out of the listing photos for this 4,000-square-foot Soho loft isn't anything about the apartment itself, but rather the owner's insane art collection. Large-scale pieces by Haring and Basquiat hang on the walls, sculptures dot the space, and the furniture—which is available, the brokerbabble says the space "can be sold fully furnished"—looks like it belongs in a museum; the dining room set, a sleek black table with chairs that seem to have been carved from gemstones, is pretty wild. The apartment, located at 519 Broadway (aka 84 Mercer Street), also has a 600-bottle wine cellar, a master suite with a steam room, and an Audio Visual Creston Technology System controls everything (music, lights, curtains, heating, etc.) in the home. According to city records, it looks like the owner is a major art gallerist who specializes in the markets of Basquiat, Haring, and Kenny Scharf. The unit is listed for $7.5 million.

· Listing: 519 Broadway, #2C [StreetEasy]
· 84 Mercer Street archives [Curbed]

84 Mercer Street

84 Mercer Street, New York, NY 10012