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LA-based music label founder Justin Lubliner, the twentysomething who signed hit singer Billie Eilish, was spotted house hunting on the Lower East Side, where a $6 million unit at 199 Chrystie St. caught his eye.
The 14-story building was designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen, who made his name designing interiors for the city’s first supertall building on Billionaire’s Row, 157 W. 57 St., more than a decade ago before moving on to the High Line.
This is his first Lower East Side project. It’s made up of 14 “interlocked villas” overlooking Sara D. Roosevelt Park.
The three-bedroom, 3½-bathroom unit is 2,440 square feet.
It features a double-height, 18-foot ceiling, wide-plank oak floors, and oversize double-pane windows.
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