Ignoring the fact that nobody wants any part of The Plaza (except for a few billionaire investors), allow us to direct your attention to these two neighboring apartments that recently hit the market. The first, 1602, is a three-bed, three-and-a-half bath apartment spread over 2,656 square feet; the other, 1601, is a 695-square-foot "designer studio," which the brokerbabble assures us is "perfect for guests and staff." Despite the (ahem) questionable choice in decor, the apartments do appear to have some of the nice little details that you might expect from The Plaza, including brass doorknobs, mosaic tiles and fixtures bearing hotel's logo, and big windows.
The asking price for the package is $20.425 million, or you can just buy 1602 alone for $18.3 million. Unfortunately, it seems like owning an apartment in The Plaza right now might be a bit like winter at the Overlook Hotel: it's pretty much empty, and based on this apartment's decor, the residents are clearly insane.