The kicker? Maisel bought the nondescript six-story building and converted it into a home for his family 42 years ago for a comparatively paltry $102,000.
The historic Germania Bank Building, famously covered in an outer layer of graffiti, is already up for sale by Cushman & Wakefield and comes in at about 6,260 square feet a floor with both a basement and roof terrace. The first two floors feature an 18-foot ceiling height (ideal for retail, RFR notes) and the rest have 11-foot ceilings.
While the inside gives off a “very artists live here” vibe, the 1898 building still holds a few relics from its days as a bank—including the original vault in the basement.
Take a tour through the residence to check out all of its quirky features: