In a city known for its height, one president’s daughter is taking it to new lengths.
The New York Daily News recently caught a glimpse of the future home of former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton, who purchased a condo inside The Whitman, known for having the longest apartments in New York City.
The $10 million condo—just one of four in the 89-year-old Flatiron District building—boasts hallways that take approximately 30 seconds to walk across. At 250 feet long, they run nearly the entire length of a city block. In this case, that block runs from 26th Street to 27th Street, just off Madison Avenue.
Of the four full-floor units, all with views of Madison Square Park, the Daily News reports two have already been sold: the one to Ms. Clinton and the $22.5 million duplex penthouse.
The Daily News went inside the First Condo that Chelsea will reside in with financier husband Marc Mezvinsky, and came across an apartment perfect for a husband and wife, and their team of Secret Service Agents: “…two dishwashers, two washer/dryers, and women’s dressing rooms with double-sided vanity mirrors, his and her maze-like closet spaces and commodes as well as natural light flooding the female dressing room.”
With all this walking from one end to the other, Chelsea, Marc and their bodyguards will surely work up an appetite. Luckily they don’t have to go far because right next door is New York’s famous father and daughter team, Tony and Marissa May’s Italian restaurant SD26. Their salumeria platter serves four to six people.
For more details and photos, visit the New York Daily News.