Sunday, April 18, 2010

Gordon Gekko's Pad for Sale

A $13 million, 6,250-square-foot apartment in NYC's Flatiron building, that was used as a filming location for the soon to be released,“Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps,” is up for sale.

According to NyPo:

The palatial two-story digs has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a sprawling 3,250-square-foot private roof terrace that can be reached by two elevators. In the movie, Michael Douglas, who returns as Gordon Gekko, leaves jail after serving a 20-year prison sentence for insider trading and heads straight to this apartment, where his estranged daughter, Winnie (Carey Mulligan) is living.
Arnaldo Magnani / Getty ImagesMichael Douglas
Director Oliver Stone had his pick of luxe apartments, but chose [this one] for its masculine mahogany floors, a floating staircase and incredible city views. The views are quintessential New York — the Empire State building, Times Square and roofs lined with water towers.

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