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Location: New York, New York
The Atalanta, a 1920s refrigerated warehouse turned Tribeca condominium that Google geniuses and hip-hop moguls have called home, offers a desirable downtown address. Couple the location with this 16th floor condo, flooded with light from a panorama of windows that turn the loft space into a Manhattan viewing gallery, and you have a intriguing offer for $17.5 million, one that was spotlighted on NBC4's Open House. At least the agents hope that number is more inspiring than the last time this sleekly appointed, full floor unit hit the market, as it represents a $2 million drop from the previous ask in December. Currently arranged in a 4 bedroom, 5 bath configuration, the space offers plenty of enviable vantage points, especially in the chef's kitchen and dining area, which provide a relatively unbroken stretch of skyline that swings around one corner. With a massive floorplate, concrete pillars and wooden floors, it's not presenting anything revolutionary in terms of layout. But when you can serve up the classic template for loft living, you don't really have to reinvent.