I love the kind of door the building on the corner used to have — that diagonal cut into both sides style.
Now there’s a Marc Jacobs store on that corner. That’s the one downside to it for me.
Oh wait, no. What am I talking about? That’s not a downside at all. The bottom floor of 387 is storefront retail too, and retail-wise, it’s probably a good thing to be next door to a store that is almost always packed. There’s three or four Marc Jacobs stores on Bleecker and this is where he sells more affordable do-dads, so it’s always busy. And it’s not a noisy busy. It’s not like being next to a bar. For the people living on the upper two floors of 387, it would be fine.
I wonder what’s in the back. Hey. I should have looked at who listed this house so I could have looked up the price. Maybe it’s in the Times.
Found it! While I was looking for it I saw that there’s a building directly across the street for sale for nine and a half million dollars! (I’ll take a picture of that today.) But this one can be had for a mere $2,395,000. Oh god. I love it. Why oh why am I not a kabillionaire. You can see the inside here. I’m in pain now.