Homes of the Rich: They Have Jellyfish Tanks, Safe Rooms and Sushi Bars (House of the Day)
While discussion heats up over what exactly constitutes "middle class"
in New York City, there sure ain't any confusion over what constitutes "wealthy." We're pretty darn sure, for example, that anyone who plans to live in this $75 million New York City apartment
at Trump Place is filthy smokin' rich. (And we're pretty darn sure that's not us.)
The positively cavernous, 11,000-square-foot home was created by combining six units into one, naturally. The glittering, sun-drenched space boasts Italian marble floors, Creston technology, Baccarat chandeliers and ebony walls. There are spectacular views over the Hudson River and Riverside Park at almost every turn. Oh, and a jellyfish tank
, safe rooms and a sushi bar, in case we plebians weren't jealous enough.
OK, so most of us will never call this place home. But that doesn't mean we're not going to drool over it anyway! Thanks to our pals at Curbed
for the tip! Michael Gavin of Trump International Realty has the listing
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