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Loft inside slender South Beach building seeks $4.5M

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Includes commercial space and two-floor residence

Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty

If you’ve ever wondered what’s inside the svelte, dusty rose building on Third Street, wonder no more. In addition to a seemingly small storefront, there’s a two-floor residential loft with a massive wall of exposed brick, industrial touches galore, and a party-ready roof deck.

Featuring two bedrooms, two and one half baths, 4,476 square feet, 655 Third Street is a lot of space for a skinny building. Highlights here include soaring ceilings, industrial staircase focal point, exposed beams, central open kitchen, and wood-burning fireplace.

The roof deck in particular is a treat, ideal for an urban gardener’s green thumb, but there’s also the commercial space at the ground level, which, alas, is part of the deal. (Silver lining: Startups hawking the latest iTomfoolery are more than willing to waste heaps of money on rent in this neighborhood. Go wild.)

Asking is a whopping $4.5 million.