Annals of Real Estate: Eddie Adams NYC Studio Listed for $19.5 Million

By David Schonauer   Tuesday March 13, 2018

The New York City photo studio created by the late Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Eddie Adams is on the market, with an asking price of $19,950,000. The neoclassical space, originally constructed in 1904 as a bathhouse for the poor, was turned into a unique studio and residence in 1995 by Adams, notes Resource. After Adams passed away in 2004, his wife Alyssa Adams, co-founder and executive director of the Eddie Adams Workshop, continued on as the proprietor of the building, adds PetaPixel. She has decided the time has come to sell.

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