"One of the things that's very special to me about this space is the lineage of it," Singer said. "It was commissioned by a pediatrician and then there have been various owners, artists, and creative collaborators in the space."
Every person who has passed through the house has shaped the place into what it is today, and one of the most exciting things about passing the house along is finding who's next, Singer added.
"I don't think anybody sets out to buy that space," Singer said. "It's one that you sort of adjust to figuring out what you can do with it. I know people who have looked at it, who were looking for a home, but then they're like, 'Wait, maybe I do something else with it.'"