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Swoon Over This Lovely West Chelsea Warehouse-Turned-Loft

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Back in 2010, when the High Line was just picking up steam in its real estate-fueling frenzy, media and marketing exec Steve Gatfield picked up a T-shaped loft for $2.635 million. The building on West 22nd Street, once known for being the home of director Sam Mendes and ex-wife Kate Winslet, should now be known for Gatfield's beautiful renovation. He tapped 212box Architecture for the project, and their open-plan design with an emphasis on oak that matched the original beams of the 1910 Eagle Warehouse building was such a success it was written up in Interior Design Magazine. Gatfield first put the three-bedroom, 3.5 bath apartment on the market in January for $5.9 million, but he has since switched brokers, and it reappeared this week for a discounted $5.5 million. The classy, playful home is just so pretty that the ask just might be worth it. (Plus, isn't that relatively cheap nowadays?)

· Listing: 532 West 22nd Street #3C [Elliman via StreetEasy]
· Exquisite West Chelsea Loft Designed by 212box Architecture 'Suits to a T' at $5.9M [6sqft]
· A River Runs Past It: A Loft Renovation By 212BOX Architecture [Interior Design Magazine]