Another Time Warner Center apartment with a non-traditional layout has entered the market, this time for $35 million. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment was reconfigured by Barbara Lane to "lend the aura of a downtown loft." The 71st-floor home's seller is Roy Furman, who chairs the board at Jeffries Capital Partners and produces Tony-winning plays, says the New York Times. Furman can vouch for the tower's sturdiness: he lived-out part of Hurricane Sandy while overlooking the churning Hudson. "The building didn't even quiver." Uh, we should hope not.