Staples Center designer sells $ 1.5m home in Greenwich Village

Architect Dan Meis is used to designing giant sports and entertainment complexes – like the Staples Center, home of the Los Angeles Lakers – in California.

But at home, it evolves considerably, well, smaller.

It is put his digs in Greenwich Village in the market for $ 1.5 million.

The charming pied-à-terre, at 101 W. 12th St., is a one-bedroom, one-bath co-op. It’s inside a building known as John Adams, which was built in 1961.

Meis bought the co-op for $ 1.4 million in 2016.

The unit includes a home office area, built-in bookcases and an 11 foot window.

The large bedroom offers a view of the treetops overlooking the street.

The single room inside the cozy co-op.
Celeste Godoy / Rise Media for Horn
Exterior of the house terrace.
The downtown home has a 200 square foot patio.
Celeste Godoy / Rise Media for Horn
The kitchen area inside the 101 W. 12 St.
The West 12th Street house has a kitchen area with dining area.
Celeste Godoy / Rise Media for Horn

The apartment also includes four large custom closets, motorized blinds and blackout curtains – and a 200 square foot patio for alfresco dining.

The building’s amenities include a bicycle storage room, a parcel storage room and a green roof terrace.

The listing broker is Kane Manera from Corcoran.

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