Which is good, because that place was weird.
That, of course, celebrities are able to find cheap, fantastic real estate when you can't even find a place where the toilet is in the same room as the shower.
The Gothamist crew got a peek into the 'Real World' Red Hook loft, and it ain't pretty.
More troubling reports from inside the newly renovated landmark.
Will deflated market finally go his way?
Anemities include such retro Gilded Age novelties as a "Kohler Tea-for-Two soaking tub" and "double-sink vanities topped with Calacatta gold marble."
Take a video tour of the Nolita landmark.
The developers behind Chelsea's condo building +aRT are offering an election special.
Take a video tour of the CNN anchor's three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment.
It's not what you think …
‘Electronic House’ has a fabulous slideshow.
While you're waiting for your five-story Greek Revival mansion facing Gramercy Park to sell, make every room reflect a Showtime series.
Jeez, Louise. After ditching the Plaza, the art mogul find another wondrous gem on the East Side.
In another blow to developers at the renovated hotel, the Wildenstein family has backed out of the building because of unwanted public scrutiny.
Now El-Ad, the developers behind the new Plaza hotel, are suing the Russian financier over his ‘defamatory’ complaints about his penthouse apartment.
Lots of room for shoes in the Carhart Mansion on East 95th Street.
It’s no longer enough to have a multi-million-dollar apartment. Now everyone has to have a NAME apartment.
Critic Paul Goldberger takes a look at the most expensive co-op in Manhattan.
A spectacular jewel box crowns Tribeca.
Peter Jackson might be setting up shop near our office, and we get dorky about it.