Bob Dylan's New York City recording studio gets converted into luxury apartments

Originally built in 1900, the landmark building at 124 W. Houston St. has been host to many a famous artist and musician. Bob Dylan used the historic New York City space as a private recording studio in the 1960s and '70s.

Now, it's opening as a luxury rental in its coveted location near the West Village and SoHo.

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The first floor was where Dylan recorded hits like “Idiot Wind,” and some of his rough recordings were even found tucked away in a closet when developers first started preparing to sell the building in 2014, according to the Daily News.

But times, they are a-changin', and the newly renovated building will have four full-floor lofts (that start at $12,500 a month).

Each loft has two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, and the $18,000-a-month penthouse includes a 750-square-foot rooftop garden.

Dylan fans can also find other addresses around the city that have a connection to the Voice of a Generation — like 161 W. 4th St., his first New York City apartment.