This isn't the first lawsuit concerning the penthouse at 49 Downing Street in the West Village, but the most recent one has gone in favor of the co-op building's board, the New York Post reports.
The current owner of the apartment, developer David Blumenfeld, sued the board claiming the apartment was "uninhabitable."
A judge however dismissed those charges and said he had no right to complain considering the apartment had a become a hot bed for wild parties, with revelers staying for months on end.
In fact, the judge sided with the board's counter claim over the "rowdy visitors."
The three-bedroom penthouse in question was once owned by Yoko Ono. She purchased the apartment for her son in 1995, who only lived there for a few years, but she too was mired in conflict with the board over the unit.