Orlando Bloom's Industrial Tribeca Loft Is For Sale
This post was written by Dana Schulz for 6sqft.
Maybe Orlando Bloom didn’t like having New York’s very own welcome ambassador Taylor Swift as a neighbor… because after only eight short months, he’s put his Tribeca loft back on the market. Back in June, Bloom purchased the three-bedroom apartment at the Sugarloaf Warehouse building for $4.88 million, and he’s now looking to rake in just under $1 million in profit, re-listing the home for $5.5 million.
It was reported over the summer that the actor was drawn to the loft’s “cast-iron columns, exposed brick walls, open chef’s kitchen and wood-beamed ceilings,” but clearly that wasn’t enough to keep his attention.
The prewar loft is wrapped by eleven oversized casement windows, offering south- and east-facing views. It features exposed brick walls, wood beamed ceilings, hardwood flooring, and original cast iron columns throughout. Thanks to ample wall space and high ceilings, it’s perfect for showcasing one’s art collection.
The open chef’s kitchen boasts top-of-the-line appliances, a built-in wine rack, and a spacious granite-topped bar.
A private, winged master suite comes complete with a walk-in closet and spa-like master bath. There’s also two additional bedrooms.