Rich celebukid Chelsea Clinton and her other side of the tracks husband Marc Mezvinsky will move into a 5,000 square-foot prewar apartment with expectedly high ceilings, shiny hardwood floors, and park views. The Whitman, a 1924 building by Madison Square Park in NoMad, is very close to their loft in Gramercy where they supposedly live now.
Clinton and Mezvinsky toured the place last Sunday with Bill and Hill. They unexpectedly found construction workers in the midst of a renovation of the place, but sources reported they were "unruffled" and posed for photos with the workers.
The sleek apartment also boasts a marble cave of a bathroom, a space-age kitchen, four bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, a key locked elevator, and a "Refrigerated Package Room" for who knows what—probably strictly for Harry & David deliveries. So Clinton has kept true to her 2011 Gawker award, marching forward in this theme of the unremarkable by acquiring an apartment thats only mildly interesting feature is a storage room that is temperature controlled on the colder side. And what if they get flowers delivered and the plants accidentally get chilled—will all the petals fall off? This room might cause more problems than it solves.
Anyway, whatever, their new apartment sounds conventionally boring-fancy.
[New York Daily News, image via Douglas Elliman Real Estate]