For a cool $2.5 million you can inhabit the apartment once owned by architect Philip Johnson:
“Mr. Johnson, one of America’s most celebrated (gay) architects designed a glamorous coffered ceiling in the living room which overlooks the famed MOMA Sculpture Garden that Mr. Johnson designed in 1964. The apartment also looks toward the pink and granite AT & T building designed by Mr. Johnson in 1984. Viewed from the floor to ceiling windows, Mr. Johnson chose this apartment as his own for these special views.”
Special bonus is that you get an Andy Warhol artwork with your purchase. The powder room is papered in the artist’s “cow wallpaper” signed by the artist himself.