This loft co-op building is so appealing that Craigslist scammers have used the address to dupe European vacationers out of thousands of dollars. The scammers were allegedly asking $2,000 for two months. In reality, that wouldn’t even cover the common charges. This one-bedroom, one-bath penthouse unit first went on the market in April asking $2.35 million, and is now back for the slightly reduced price of $2.2 million. Douglas Elliman seems to be trying to move this unit on its celebrity caché.
“Act Now! It’s an award winner!” hints agent Rick Friedberg’s listing. In case that’s too subtle for you, click through to check out the statue-bedecked mantle.