The Carsten Höller slide at the New Museum is now long gone, so there’s only one thing to do about the regret we feel from having never gone… and that is to become friends with whoever buys this East Village pad. This penthouse apartment just went on the market, and features a sculptural steel slide that connects the two floors—according to the Wall Street Journal, it will bring you from “the office with a wet bar on the upper level to the floor below.”
Core, who has the listing, notes that “This unique architectural detail was added when Galfond combined a pair of deuces (two two-bedroom units, that is) into what is now a 2,500-square-foot home accessed via private key-locked elevator. There’s also a custom Italian-made Rintal staircase for a more traditional path between the upper and lower levels,” for the non-adventurous… because that slide does look awfully steep!
This place—located at 13th between 1st and A—can be all yours for $3.99 million, let us know when you get the keys, we’re coming over for a test run. The current owner trying to unload the apartment is poker ace Phil Galfond. [via Core blog]