This six-story, artists loft building in the heart of downtown Manhattan, where the West Village meets Soho. was Privately owned since the late 1960s, and used by the late owners, early conceptual artists Arakawa and Madeline Gins, as a personal residence and studio, and where Bob Dylan rehearsed on the ground floor. This building is one of the few remaining buildings of its kind. The building is in original condition. Each floor has large windows, natural light, and no interior columns. Soaring, high ceilings throughout, ranging from over 11 to nearly 14.. Original architectural details abound, including cast-iron details on the facade. Below grade, the full-height, usable basement is finished with a terracotta tile floor. And from the roof, there are stunning, panoramic, open views.