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The maintenance costs are super cheap ($984) in 56 Warren Street (built in 1915 by the firm that designed the original Grand Central Terminal) due to the income from the two retail spaces owned by the Co-op. The apartment itself is going for $2,850,000. For that you get 2,200 square feet, three beds, two baths, very high ceilings, and floors that "have been bleached a honey hue and cast a magical glow." Not too shabby.