Live in the Bloomberg Building! Only $58K a Month

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Are Central Park views from every room worth $58,000 a month? Maybe. This midtown apartment at One Beacon Court (a.k.a. the Bloomberg Building) comes furnished and the building itself has a garage, restaurant, health club, pool, exercise room and a children’s playroom (so the only reason you’d have to leave is to go shopping). The unit has all the staples of a modern luxury apartment with views of the park—high ceilings, huge windows, marble floors and fancy furniture. And, of course, motorized window shades and built-in speaker system.

The apartment has four bedrooms and is 3,009 square feet. And you can bring your pets along! Just make sure they control themselves around the expensive furniture that you don’t actually own.

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