A Look Inside The Most “Paparazzi-Proof” Apartment Building in New York City

A Look Inside The Most “Paparazzi-Proof” Apartment Building in New York City

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Celebrities are pretty much known for their exotic tastes in picking out their homes. While most times, exotic doesn't make for privacy as enthusiastic media reporters always find ways of getting paparazzi shots of these celebrities, they (celebrities) have resorted to owning more than one building. Everyone gets tired of their day jobs every now and then, and so do celebrities. Candid photographs and impromptu interviews may be part of their job description, but they too require days off which they hardly ever get, so it's no surprise that they often have secret hideouts. Well. we know one of their hideouts, it happens to be fully paparazzi-proof so getting to catch the occupants in their niche is somehow out of the question. Inside a building on 443 Greenwich in New York lies a lair of a pack of celebrities whose privacy are utmost to them. Here are a few details about the extremely private building

1.History

Check Out The Most “Paparazzi-Proof” Apartment Building in New York City

Check Out The Most “Paparazzi-Proof” Apartment Building in New York City

Originally built in 1882 by renowned architect Charles Haight, the building was a book bindery for a very long time. Despite the building's location in New York's celebrity-adored Tribeca and influx of celebrities into the area in the 1970s, the building remained inhabited for about a decade before the decision to convert the building was made in 2012. Metroloft began the process and had award winning architects Madison and Walker Tower uncharged of its facade and interior decor. The building currently has 53 condos - 45 loft-style houses and eight penthouses.

Check Out The Most “Paparazzi-Proof” Apartment Building in New York City

Check Out The Most “Paparazzi-Proof” Apartment Building in New York City

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