Notables like and have called New York's famed Plaza Hotel home, and now, you can too – in the pad lived in while designing the Guggenheim Museum.
The architect's four bedroom, three-and-a-half bath corner suite is on the market for $26 million, a $13.5 million price drop from another listing . According to , other apartments in the Plaza are asking for more – so consider this place a steal. The current owners bought the condo in 2009 as a pied-à-terre and regutted and redesigned the apartment, decking the place out with a Murano-glass chandelier, customized moldings, and the artwork of Willem de Koonig and Jean Dubuffet, among others. The luxe space also offers 13-foot ceilings, a jacuzzi, and views of Central Park and Madison Avenue. Oh, and some pretty serious bragging rights, too.
The owner will also get to enjoy the amenities of the Plaza, including a 24-hour doorman, maid service, valet parking, fitness center, hair salon, and spa. Our favorite perk of all? Skip out on Seamless and opt for the Plaza's room service instead. Now that's much better.
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