Published On: Mon, Aug 11th, 2014

Adam Levine Looking at Greene Street Digs for $4.55 Million

112 Greene Street

Now that the honeymoon is over for singer Adam Levine and his new supermodel bride Behati Prinsloo after three weeks of marriage, the couple is looking to settle on new digs in lower Manhattan for as much as $4.55 million, according to the NY Daily News.

The apartment they are said to be choosing is a loft located in the SoHo neighborhood at 112 Greene Street, between Prince and Spring. It has three bedrooms and two bathrooms spread out over a total of 2, 700 square feet. The ceilings are 13 feet high. It also comes with a humongous walk in closet and its walls are of exposed bricks.

Its floors are all made of wood paneling.

There are also six beautiful floor to ceiling structural columns inside it. The apartment’s master bathroom comes with a Jacuzzi, a tub and its floor and walls are tiled in marble.

Built in 1900, 112 Greene Street is a grey concrete six story building whose ground floor is reserved for retail. It has six condominium units.

In the 1970s the building was home to one of New York’s first alternative, artist-run venues. All types of artists were welcome to exhibit their works there without any fear of censorship.

It was also once home to the Greene St. Recording music studios where artists like Bonnie Tyler, Dave Matthews, Mos Def and the Black Eyed Peas all recorded albums. It was central to the music world until the studio closed in 2001.

For the next ten years its street front was home to Stella McCartney’s fashion studio.


In other Adam Levine news, the musician was spotted over the weekend on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles after his classic 1950s Mercedes SL ran out of gas near The Comedy Store. He and his wife had gone out on the town for a date night. The couple drew a lot of attention as Behati stood out wearing short shorts and a T shirt.

They were able to get going again after a friend brought them a can of gasoline.

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