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It's the short sale that won't sell! More than a year ago, Curbed blogged about a lofty anomaly at 330 N Ashland that just listed at half its 2009 price. We're bringing it back on account of its $200,000 price cut last week. That brings it into six-figure territory, at $927,000. If you're thinking foreclosure or fixer-upper, think again. This 9,600 sf industrial loft conversion has football field-like dimensions, 12' timber ceilings, a wine cellar, an enormous master suite, a patio spanning the entire roof, and even a play room for the kiddies. But weirdly, it's got the overall air of a failed nightclub. [previously, Redfin]