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Domed Penthouse Atop Nolita's Police Building Gets $5M Price Chop

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After three months on the market, the ask has been slashed to $35M

Well, this shouldn't come as a surprise: After three months on the market, the wacky domed penthouse atop the former NYPD headquarters in Nolita has gotten a price chop, according to the Wall Street Journal. When the four-bedroom, five-bathroom pad was first listed in November, it was asking $40 million; now, that price has been cut to an ever-so-slightly more reasonable $35 million. The building, which went residential in the 1980s, has a history of high-priced apartments that eventually slash their asks (including the odd Charles Gwathmey-designed duplex inside a former gymnasium), so it's not especially shocking that this, too, ended up on the chopping block. The WSJ piece does have more photos than the listing, though, which make the space look more appealing than it did initially.

240 Centre St

240 Centre Street, Manhattan, NY 10012