Andrew Lloyd Webber's Trump Tower duplex is no stranger to the market. The composer first tried to sell it for $7.95 million in 1993, then for $15 million in 2000, and then for a whopping $22.5 million in 2007. But even Dolly Lenz couldn't move the place, and now it's back for another try, with the PriceChopper as the newest member of the cast. Webber's now hoping to get $19 million for the apartment, the Wall Street Journal reports. Though Lloyd Webber's latest project, a Phantom of the Opera sequel set in Coney Island, might lead us to question his judgment, we can't find much fault with the floorplan.
· Encore: Andrew Lloyd Webber's Trump Tower Duplex on Market Again [WSJ]
· Andrew Lloyd Webber coverage [Curbed]