Chelsea's Infamous All-Black Condo Finds a Buyer at $4.5M, August 14, 2015

There's something to be said about super-personalized apartments, which is usually that they don't sell. But that's no longer the case for Chelsea's infamous all-black lacquered loft at 213 West 23rd Street. The astute folks over at StreetEasy noticed that the Shanghai bar-inspired abode of ex-advertising exec Cindy Gallop has entered contract for $4.5 million. The 3,750-square-foot three-bedroom loft came on the market for $6 million in 2013, and has in the meantime gone off, come back on, and gotten virtually staged in all white. "I'm a huge believer in reinventing yourself at regular points throughout your life," Gallop told Curbed in a 2013 house tour, "To reinvent and recreate an environment equally enjoyable in a very different way wherever I go on to live next."


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