A couple of years ago, actor/director Vincent Gallo made some news when he announced he’d sell off his sperm for $1 million a pop. But listed under a million: His live/work/retail space in the Toy Factory Lofts building, which is asking $698,000. The unit, which has 18 foot ceilings, 24 hour front desk service, a world class gym and “broad zoning guidelines.” Meow! Liberal zoning rules=far sexier than Gallo’s sperm. According to Eric Lowry, Coldwell Banker real estate agent, Gallo owns a number of units in this Arts District building. · 1855 INDUSTRIAL St #112 [Redfin]

[source: curbed.com]

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