Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat’s final New York City home and Bowery studio space can be had for $60,000 a month for a minimum of 10 years.
Basquiat initially rented the 6,600-square-foot property from Andy Warhol.
Village Preservation, an architectural conservation society, designated the space a historic site.
Originally constructed in the 1860s, gangster Paul Kelly later opened it as an athletic club in 1904. Warhol bought it in 1970.
In recent years, it has housed a metal works business and kitchen supply company, before being home to the exclusive, members-only Japanese restaurant Bohemian.
The real-estate agency, Meridian Capital Group, described the interior as having an “open loft space with high ceilings and multiple skylights.”
The Director of Meridan Capital Group and the property broker told the Robb Report, “We would love to keep this building in the art community.”