Beastie Boys’ Advert-Rock Asks $3.2 Million for N.Y.C. Loft
Lifelong New Yorker Adam “Advert-Rock” Horovitz is bidding farewell to his Manhattan residence of just about a decade. In line with the New York Submit, the Beastie Boys rapper and guitarist has listed the residence he and his spouse, musician Kathleen Hanna, bought in 2013. The present asking value is $3.15 million; the couple initially paid $2.95 million.
The two,400-square-foot loft is positioned on the tenth flooring of a Chelsea co-op constructing, and was renovated by Horovitz and Hanna all through their possession. It contains three bedrooms and three loos, with a essential suite that options a big walk-in closet and an ensuite rest room full with a steam bathe.
The house is centered round an excellent room encompassing dwelling, eating, and kitchen areas, with mild hardwood flooring and a excessive uncovered ceiling painted white. Its open-plan format is saved shiny and ethereal because of a wall of huge home windows, crisp white partitions, and a kitchen decked out in all-white cabinetry, counter tops, and home equipment.
Although born and raised in New York, Horovitz has in recent times cut up his time between the East and West Coasts. In 2018, he and Hanna purchased a century-old Craftsman in South Pasadena for $1.73 million. That residence boasts the identical sq. footage as their Chelsea abode, however tacks on a coated entrance porch, two patios, and a large yard crammed with backyard area and fruit bushes.
In a Could 2020 interview with The New Yorker, Horovitz described the continuing internal battle between his “soiled” Manhattan upbringing and his new Los Angeles way of life. “My favourite time in New York is summertime, ‘trigger it’s sizzling, it’s sticky and gross, and everyone simply seems to be so terrible. I like it. So I don’t actually really feel at peace or at residence right here [in L.A.],” he stated. “Nevertheless it’s f—ing good. I don’t know what else to say. I can have a battle with myself. Then it’s like, you recognize, it’s going to be 84 levels as we speak.”