Long after travelling over the rainbow, Judy Garland found a home in the infamous Dakota building, in New York City. According to The New York Post, the actress and singer’s former apartment might be on the market.
The 4,700 square foot co-op was most recently home to Jacqueline Bikoff, a pianist and ballerina who was also a regular at Studio 54. Following Bikoff’s death in September, the apartment is now listed at $16.75 million.
According to an article in The New York Times, Bikoff’s daughter, Sasha got her start as an interior designer when she was chosen to lead a full renovation of the apartment.
Other than the building’s prime Upper West Side location and spectacular Central Park views, the Dakota is known for its many celebrity inhabitants, including John Lennon, Lauren Bacall, and Gilda Radner. We can only hope the building’s not haunted.