The Observer’s pretty sure you can’t keep the art (because if any one of those paintings is an original, the asking price would be stratospherically higher), but, if you’re an “International Businessman” whose “corporate interests” seem to always end up being “disrupted” by the likes of British spies in tuxedoes, Prudential Douglas Elliman may have just found you the ideal NYC “pied a terre.”
But will your
global terror organizationcompany shell out the necessary $14 million to secure a little homey comfort for you?
Well, what if you told them it was
rocket launcherspitting distance from the UN, where many decisions that might affect them will take place?
What if you could give them specs like 2 beds (perfect guest room for a visiting
sexy female assassininternational consultant), 2 baths, 2,871 square feet, washer/dryer (for blood stained unitardssweat stained gym clothes) and a private pool (for aquatic combat trainingleisure)?
Still not impressed? These
henchmencolleagues of yours drive a hard bargain.
Okay, what if you showed them the photos in the slideshow here, demonstrating the huge windows perfect for
observation of targetssunset entertaining, the wood paneled study in which you can hatch a plotdeal, the walk-in closet ideal for exploding briefcasesyour wardrobe, and the modern kitchen that seems designed for cooking a vegetarian meala feast of meats and innards?
Ahh, we thought so. Goldman Sachs always knows a deal when they see one.
A corridor so seemingly beautiful, that your enemies will never see their demise approaching...
Can't you just see yourself and your cronies talking shop right there?
Henchmen appreciate a dramatic entrance form their leader, and this room provides quite the stage for a good one.
We assume you cook French food, so go right ahead in this state-of-the-art kitchen.
Every evil genius needs a narrow, wood-paneled room.
Where better to rest your super-sharp bowler hats?
Another calm hallway to confuse the wannabe heroes of the world.
Your white cat won't want to be stroked menacingly in any other room in the house.
"A cocktail before you die Mr. Bond?"
The perfect setting in which to plan world domination.
The (Evil) Floorplan