Rudy Giuliani puts $6.5 million Manhattan apartment on the market

Rudy Giuliani, former New York City mayor and personal lawyer to former President Donald Trump, has placed his Manhattan apartment on the market for $6.5 million. On Monday, Giuliani was indicted in Georgia for allegedly acting as the former president’s co-conspirator in an attempt to overthrow the 2020 presidential election. The Manhattan home of “America’s mayor” is a three bedroom and three bathroom gothic-inspired luxury apartment full of lavish amenities and stunning fixtures from 1906.

“Designed by renowned architects Harde & Short in 1906 and classified as a landmark in 1977, 45 East 66th Street is distinctive for its magnificent gothic-inspired terra cotta and brick façade,” according to the home’s listing. “Within a ‘monumentally exuberant’ edifice, this splendid residence boasts bright, high-floor outlooks and an abundance of sunshine, high ceilings, and beautiful hardwood floors. Further, the thoughtful and inviting layout of the apartment is complemented by copious original detail, such as wood paneling, and leaded-glass and 12-over-12 paned double-hung windows.”

The home was the target of a 2021 raid by FBI agents during a probe into Giuliani’s dealings with Ukraine.

“Accessed by a semi-private elevator landing, the welcoming, square Gallery opens into the Living Room, which benefits from pleasing proportions and three very large west-facing windows,” according to the home’s listing. “Adjacent, a handsome wood-paneled corner Library with a wood-burning fireplace offers open views up Madison Avenue and to the west. Nearby, a stately, well-proportioned Dining Room is oak-paneled and boasts a carved plaster ceiling and very tall leaded glass windows.

“The Dining Room is further distinguished by its Conservatory. With impressive leaded glass eastern and northern-facing windows, it is marvelously light-filled and ideal for a tranquil breakfast or cozy dinner. Beyond, the cheerful eat-in-Kitchen with northern and eastern exposures and open outlooks is supported by a proper Butler’s Pantry, a Laundry Room, and a Staff Room with an ensuite bath.”

The building features “white glove cooperative” staffing, including a 24-hour doorman, porters and a resident manager.

“Tranquil private quarters are separated from the entertainment rooms by a long hallway,” according to the home’s listing. “A massive Primary Bedroom, originally two bedrooms, has open western vistas and ample space for seating. Its very large ensuite windowed bathroom, also originally two bathrooms, is well appointed with a large soaking tub and a separate full-size shower. There are two additional Bedrooms and a shared bathroom.”

Listing by Serena Boardman and Sotheby’s International Realty