[Update]: Alexander Wang successfully sold his chic one-bedroom loft for its most recent asking price of $3.5 million, reports the New York Post. Now it's on to new endeavors for the renowned fashion designer. It's unclear if he'll move on to other parts of New York City, but wherever he lands, it's sure to have swag.
Just a few months after it went on the market, designer Alexander Wang’s chic Worth Street loft in Tribeca has gone into contract, the Observer reports. Wang listed the sprawling, 2,550 square foot, one-bedroom loft back in May for $3.75 million. But the price has since come down to $3.5 million.
The sales price was a relatively modest mark up from when he purchased the place in 2010 for $2 million. He bought it off writer Holly Brubach at the time, and then undertook a gut renovation of the pad. Once that was complete, it very much embodied the Alexander Wang aesthetic as can be seen in the listing’s photographs.
Located in a landmarked building, some of the standout features of the apartment include the 12-foot tall ceilings, oversized mullion windows with electric blinds, restored tin ceilings in some parts of the loft, and ebony stained wood floors. No word yet however on who the new buyer is.