Set in the former NYPD gym, The Police Building is a fantastic four-bedroom apartment at one of Manhattan's most iconic addresses. Designed by Charles Gwathmey, it measures 6,600 square feet, much of that taken up by the great room. With 25-foot barrel-vaulted ceilings, three skylights, exposed steel trusses, and multiple sitting and dining areas, it's ideal for entertaining large groups. It shares the first floor with a chef-grade kitchen, wine cellar, the master bedroom with dual bathrooms, a sauna, and walk-in closets, and a private terrace. Upstairs lie the rest of the bedrooms, as well as an open library that sits above the master bedroom and looks over the great room below.
For much of its early history, BMW wasn't known for making cars that could be accused of getting your pulse racing. Post-war financial difficulties meant the company churned out sedans and microcars like the Isetta to get back on its feet, which made the 507 roadster an outlier in the BMW lineup. This 1957 507 is about as rare as it gets — one of only 34 Series 1 507s produced, and with a fully documented history from new. Nearly original, the paint and a swap from the original front drums to disc brakes are the only changes in 60 years. A lovingly maintained driver, this car deserves an owner willing to keep putting miles and memories on this classic.