For $1.4 million, you probably couldn’t afford a Jackson Pollock painting, but you can buy his old apartment at 46 Carmine Street.
The Greenwich Village penthouse is bright and airy, “like a Paris atelier,” the listing helpfully suggests, but it also has plenty of dark and ominous overtones. Not only did the famously-troubled painter live there, but the building was once owned by Aaron Burr. Perhaps he even paced back and forth across the apartment, practicing the agile moves that felled Alexander Hamilton. Read More