Have you ever felt the need to say “I am the Gatekeeper — are you the Keymaster?” when you answer your front door? Well, now you can, and with good reason. Dana Barrett’s luxury duplex penthouse apartment that towers over the Central Park West building featured in the original Ghostbusters is currently for sale. With an asking price of $35 million, how could anyone turn down this piece of movie history?
The listing is available on BornRich.com. The “grand and rarely lived-in” multi-floor luxury duplex penthouse apartment was once the real-life home to iconic fashion designer Calvin Klein and record executive Steve Gottlieb. The space is in one of New York City’s prime locations, featuring a great view of the Manhattan skyline, 12 spacious rooms, a glass-enclosed garden pavilion, and at one time hosted the temple of Gozer the Gozerian.
If you end up buying the prime New York City real estate, hopefully you won’t have the same problems Dana Barrett had in her refrigerator. This location was also the final battle between good and evil in the first Ghostbusters film. Just remember: If someone asks you, if you’re a god, you say YES!
The penthouse apartment was also the location of Norman Osborn’s home in the original Spider-Man films. But that tidbit doesn’t sound nearly as cool as, “This building was designed by an architect named Ivo Shandor, who conducted rituals up on the roof—bizarre rituals intended to bring about the end of the world, and now it looks like it may actually happen!”