Apartment #3A at 56 Crosby Street had a cameo in The Devil Wears Prada, and we can just imagine how Miranda Priestly might take the owners to task for this listing's history. It bounced on and off the market in 2009 and 2010 with an ask of $4.495 million and no takers. Maybe Miranda Priestly did give the owners some kind of pep talk, because the apartment has just come back to market hoping for $5.2 million. In the movie, it "was filmed as the cinematic expression of a modern designer home," thanks in part to the sculptural stacked-wood fireplace and Marc Sadler Boffi kitchen. It's also available for rent at $23,000/month. Dare we say it looks a little more fun in the movie?