The second-floor loft overlooks Crosby Street — just steps from the Mondrian Hotel — and boasts more light and space than most New Yorkers could ever dream of. Hill originally considered selling the 2,000-square-foot abode last summer for $3.8 million, but got cold feet. His second go-around now features a $300,000 price cut (to $3.5 million), and we can see buyers wanting to snatch it up immediately.
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