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Midcentury Paradise Just Might Come With Some Furnishings

Evan Lobel, owner of Lobel Modern, one of NYC's go-to spots for original midcentury pieces, is selling his 2,500-square-foot loft near Union Square, and—good news!—he's willing to negotiate some of the furniture and accessories. His collection includes a Karl Springer chandelier, artwork by Warhol and Chuck Close, and a collection of glassware by Arte Vetraria Muranese, among other vintage pieces pulled from all over the East Coast. The furnishings alone total $100,000, which may actually be a pretty easy-to-swallow supplement to the apartment's $3.25M ask. After all, they've got something invaluable: a collector's seal of approval.
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