Blank space: $7.25M loft for sale in Taylor Swift’s Tribeca building

Blank space: $7.25M loft for sale in Taylor Swift’s Tribeca building

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. 

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.”

Source: NY Times