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Sprawling Tribeca co-op with light-filled art studio seeks $7.95M

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The floor-through apartment last sold in 2008 for less than half of its current asking price

The new year is here, marking the beginning of another 365 days of glorious and laughably unattainable New York City real estate listings. So far this year, Brooklyn’s priciest listing—the $40 million Low Mansion—revealed that it’s also being pedaled as several rentals asking upwards of $4,500/month, a few tiny Prospect Heights apartments availed themselves for $350,000 a pop, and now, a floor-through Tribeca apartment enters the 2017 listings mix.

The apartment at 173 Duane Street last sold in 2008 for $3.85 million and has returned to the market seeking over twice as much. The 4,200-square-foot co-op with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a large in-home art studio sectioned off by its current owner, artist Merrill Steiger, is on the market for $7.95 million.

The apartment gets a good amount of light from its southern exposure, and has an updated kitchen and is chock-full of closet space. The bathrooms have also been recently updated.