A loft near Taylor Swift’s NYC compound listing for $7.25M



If your wildest dreams include living near superstar Taylor Swift, there’s a blank space in her Tribeca building. 

A sprawling fourth-floor corner loft at 155 Franklin — once home to Orlando Bloom — is on the market for a steep $7.25 million. (Bloom bought it for $4.75 million in 2014 and flipped it less than a year later for $5.6 million.) 

The sleek, renovated digs include three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, large windows, original steel columns, wood beams and wide-plank oak floors. 

There’s an open chef’s kitchen/living/dining space, while a steel-framed glass wall with French doors provides extra privacy — or not — in the main bedroom. 

It’s all inside the landmarked Sugar Loaf Building, a converted warehouse that dates back to 1882.

Past and current residents include comedian Aziz Ansari, Steven Soderbergh and “Lord of the Rings” director Peter Jackson. 

A bedroom inside the home.
One of the modern Tribeca loft’s three bedrooms.
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A living area inside the home.
A well-wooded living area inside the sprawling 2,452-square-foot space.
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The eat-in kitchen inside the loft.
The open chef’s kitchen area inside the Sugar Loaf Building corner unit.
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Swift bought Jackson’s two adjacent duplexes for $19.95 million and then another unit; she also owns an $18 million townhouse on the block — bringing her total love story with Franklin Street to roughly $50 million. 

The listing broker is Douglas Elliman’s Kirsten Jordan, star of “Million Dollar Listing New York.”


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