This Ultimate Bachelor Pad Will Cost You $4 Million
Oct 24, 2013 20:12
The Walker Tower comprises of 47 luxury condos, and is a project between
between JDS Development Group and the Property Markets Group. Each unit
starts at a cool $4 million.
Located in New York City, this sleek bachelor pad involved challenging top-notch designers to create an apartment suitable for a bachelor making his way in the big city. Alana Frumkes, the Executive Director of Hearst Designer Visions, explains why below:
"We ask our designers in the beginning to keep a spread sheet of the
cost of every design piece in the apartments,"
"Art is on a separate list, though, since some of that is
borrowed and not necessarily for sale. We tell the developer the
valuation of the designs to be added onto the cost of the apartment.
Then the designer gets paid."
Check out the results below, which includes plenty of cool-toned Swedish and Danish art.
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