In 2010, a "creative subversive vibrant artist loft" on LaGuardia Place in Greenwich Village sold for $2.9 million. Once owned by artists and activists Nancy Spero and Leon Golub, who lived there for 40 years, the 3,300-square-foot space was all old-school loftmessy and cluttered and scattered. Its new owner, finance guy Francisco Salonia-Ruzo, gave it a total renovation, and now the immaculate apartment is on the rental market for $25,000/month. Highlights include three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and woodsy furnishings, plus exposed brick, amospheric beams, and original columns. It's even, some dareseay, spa-like.
· Listing: 530 LaGuardia Place #2 [Compass via StreetEasy]
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