But it does communicate that the latest listing in the FiDi spot is going all-in on the sense of sleek, chic, glossy luxury represented by its array of finishes, from rosy marble floors to stainless steel appliances.
And it comes with a new $3.6 million price tag, a significant upgrade from its previous sale in 2006 to the tune of more than $1.93 million. Though it seems a less significant appreciation when inflation bumps that old price up to the value of $3.06 million today.
Although note that even plunking down seven-figures for a Financial District home apparently doesn’t disqualify homeowners from appreciating the more whimsical side of life. Clock the built-in bunk beds. Some people, it seems, are willing to pay top dollar for the top bunk.