Hollywood heartthrob Orlando Bloom just listed his Manhattan pre-war loft for $5.495 million, less than six months after purchasing the Tribeca condo.
No one knows for sure why the Pirates of the Caribbean star had a sudden change of heart, but it might have something to do with the fact that the famed Sugarloaf Warehouse—which houses the actor’s sprawling three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath—has a new, equally famous tenant: the ever-bubbly Taylor Swift.
Ever since the pop country singer bought the pet-friendly building’s penthouse from The Hobbit director Peter Jackson, the exclusive address—155 Franklin Street—has become a frequent target of incessant paparazzi looking to catch a glimpse of New York City’s newly-minted ambassador.
In any case, we’re sure Bloom’s industrial-chic apartment—which showcases 11 oversized casement south- and east-facing windows, exposed brick walls, original cast-iron columns, high wood-beamed ceilings, and a master suite complete with a walk-in closet—won’t have too much trouble finding a new owner.
A trio of Douglas Elliman agents—Evangelos Karras, Maggie Leigh Marshall, and Raphael De Niro—presently hold the listing.
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