Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton is under contract on what is being dubbed New York City’s longest apartment.
The 5,000-square foot, four-bedroom listing is one of four units that stretch the length of a city block in a new condo building called The Whitman near Madison Square Park. The $10 million home has a hallway that stretches for 250 feet, as well as a planting terrace as big as a studio apartment. With key-operated elevators and just one doorman for four units, The Whitman is considered one of most well-secured buildings in the city.
Make no mistake, the four-unit building is definitely in the high-end category; three units are priced at $10 million, and the duplex penthouse is listed for $22.5 million.
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