The birth place of seminal records by The Juan McClean, LCD Soundsystem and The Rapture is on the market for a cool $16m
According to New York property site Curbed, the West Village town house which houses James Murphy’s DFA records is on sale. The impressive house features a basement recording studio, floor-to-ceiling windows and a small, sunlit patio.
The building, which sits on 225 West 13 Street in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District has been the home of DFA Records since 1999.
Check out the listing on Ellimans and see photos of the impressive complex in the gallery below.