Beastie Boys’ Adam Horovitz lists his Chelsea loft for $3.1M


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The Beastie Boys made their mark on hip-hop in the 1980s and became part of New York City’s collective soul.

Now the Chelsea loft that Ad-Rock, aka Adam Horovitz, shares with feminist punk pioneer Kathleen Hanna — lead singer of Bikini Kill and, later, Le Tigre — has hit the market for $3.15 million.

The couple bought the tenth floor co-op for $2.95 million in 2013.

Horovitz, 54, and Hanna, 52, then renovated the space while remaining true to its authentic loft self.

The three-bedroom, three-bathroom space is 2,400 square feet and comes with a $3,600 a month maintenance fee.

It opens to a great room with six oversize windows that extends to a chef’s kitchen.

There’s also a main bedroom suite with a large walk in closet, and an ensuite bathroom with a steam shower.

The loft also features a large office/media room with a built in desk and shelving.

The home boasts central air, hardwood floors, a laundry closet and plenty of closets and built-ins.

The building has a virtual doorman complete with a remote controlled package room and a super.

The listing broker is Matthew Coleman of Coleman Real Estate Group. 

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