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New York actually does have at least one big loft

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From a private elevator entrance, you'll walk into an expansive foyer that opens into the 4,000-square-foot loft with high ceilings and light wood floors. The loft is going for $7.995 million, but we'd hustle all day and all night to snag this fabulous pad, AOL Real Estate reported.

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