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Flatiron Loft Doubles as a Millionaire's Personal Art Gallery

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This loft-style apartment is somewhat classic Flatiron fare, meaning it's big and expensive. It's also owned by "a prominent art collector" and designed by architect Michael Davis, so the decorating choices are clearly a draw here. At 3,400 square feet, there's a ton of space, with two bedrooms, two full baths, and a "46 x 20 gallery/entertaining space." It also has cast-iron columns, hardwood flooring, mahogany walls, 12.5-foot ceilings, and eighteen triple-paned windows with north, south, east, and west exposures.

It's asking $5.95 million, and we assume the art is not included. Maybe if you slip the owners an extra fifty they'll throw in a few tapestries? Is that how buying an art works?

· Listing: 73 Fifth Ave #10B [Corcoran]