A Italianate home on West 22nd Street has emerged from a multi-year renovation looking pretty darn lovely, and wants $16.5 million for the favor, thank you very much. Bill White and Bryan Eure bought the 1840-built townhouse for a mere $4.6 million in 2012, a year after the former president of the Intrepid and the commercial insurance broker were married in the presence of New York luminaries that ranged from then-mayor Michael Bloomberg and Rosie O'Donnell. After an extensive "multi-million dollar" makeover by Stephen Fanuka and Suk Design that's been chronicled in Architectural Digest, the 4BR/4.5 BA mansion, which boasts four fireplaces, an elevator, and multiple outdoor areas, has come out looking absolutely pristine. (This, despite the fact that White was so upset about the unsightly Citi Bike rack installed outside of 460 West 22nd Street that he emailed Bloomberg about it.) The broker for the sale, who more often plays one on TV, is none other than Fredrik Eklund, and chances are good that the house appears on a future episode of Million Dollar Listing New York.