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Bob Dylan's Former Greenwich Village Practice Space Up for Sale

By Gustavo Solis | October 29, 2013 12:21pm
  Bob Dylan's former practice space on 124 West Houston Street was listed for $22.5 million Monday.
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GREENWICH VILLAGE — A building Bob Dylan used as a practice space has hit the market for the first time since 1967, the broker said.

The 13,150-square-foot building at 124 W. Houston St. was listed for $22.5 million by Warburg Realty and Eastern Consolidated.

Dylan rehearsed on the ground floor of the building, which also housed early conceptual artists Arakawa and Madeline Gins, according to Gordon Roberts, a broker for Warburg Realty.

It’s “one of the few first-generation artist loft buildings remaining in the SoHo area," Roberts said in a statement. “The property offers endless possibilities, from art production to a palatial personal residence.”

Arakawa and Gins created some of their most famous works while living in the building in the 1970s, the broker said. The duo had a retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum in 1997, called “Arakawa/Gins: Reversible Destiny."

Built at the turn of the 20th century, the West Houston Street building still has many of its original elements, including cast-iron details on the facade, slab marble floors and pressed tin wall designs.