Last November, Nicolas Cage put his 3,550-square-foot, 48th-floor, five-bedroom, two-unit apartment in the Museum Tower on the market for exactly one day: The $9.75 million condo was pulled once a reporter called the actor’s broker to ask about it.
Eight months later, his apartment is back on at the same price. Its interior photographs are insanely great: The master bathroom, which has a tub and steam shower, is caked in lights and what seems to be some kind of bright black marble; the 32-foot-long living/dining room has two Eames Lounge Chairs on a very shaggy white carpet; and there’s a long glass table topped with what seem to be glass figurines of two skyscrapers and the Statue of Liberty. Classy.
Better yet, there is a full wet bar off what’s listed on the floor plan as the play room, though the listing describes it as a “sitting area.” Broker Cordelia Robb, who did not return an email, titled the listing, “LA GLAMOUR IN THE HEART OF NYC.”