Between topping Forbes's 30 Under 30 list, starting his own furniture line, and expanding his eponymous label into a large-scale lifestyle brand, noted fashion designer Alexander Wang also bought and gut-renovated a stylish 2550-square-foot loft in TriBeCa. The former Balenciaga creative directer is now bidding 39 Worth Street farewell, having listed the stunning space online at $3.75 million. This is but a modest increase for the one-bedroom, two-bathroom loft, which Wang initially bought from renowned fashion writer Holly Brubach for $2 million in 2010. With the help of interior decorator Ryan Korban, Wang gut-renovated the loft, adding his signature minimalistic flair to the 20th-century building. The duo stained the wood floors black, left the brick walls white, and restored the tin ceilings to preserve the industrial-chic vibe.
The result is an open, monochrome space adorned with animal-print accessories that distinctly recall the aesthetic of Wang's clothing and furniture lines. The loft features floor-to-ceiling windows, an open kitchen complete with breakfast nook, a den with built-in wall shelving, two full-size marble bathrooms, and a massive walk-in closet, according to Curbed NY. Whether you're up for a new million-dollar apartment or are simply craving some design inspiration, Wang's apartment is definitely worth a look. Take a peek inside the designer's gut-renovated loft.