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Bryant Street loft with recording studio seeks $4.5 million

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Circa-1917 warehouse conversion comes with room to spare

Photos by Joe Schell, courtesy of Gregg Lynn of Sotheby’s International Realty

Formerly owned by Web 1.0 bigwig Steve Perlman (WebTV, Mova), this two-story South Beach loft doubled as both home and think tank back in the heady early aughts. Today it lands on the market with an updated look and price tag.

Featuring two bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 4,040 square feet, 355 Bryant, #110 comes with details that aren’t common in many South Beach lofts, like a foyer with a staircase descending into a living room.

Other highlights include privacy switch glass, exposed brick and timber, 17-foot-tall ceilings, steel stairway, and catwalk. There are office spaces and other assorted rooms, which could be transformed into more bedrooms, as well as a smack of Chihuly-esque jellyfish light fixtures.

It’s a lot—a lot—of space. Possible drawbacks include its location near a heavily-trafficked area, across the street from the Bay Bridge onramp, and the front door right off the Bryant Street sidewalk. No matter, this warehouse conversion remains a stunner.

Asking is $4,500,000.