A year after the sexting snafu that made him a national punchline, Anthony Weiner and his wife have begun putting their lives back together, which includes moving into a Park Avenue apartment worth $3.3 million, the New York Post reports.
The building includes a fitness center and a "private social club."
The impressive apartment in the heart of Manhattan may be Weiner's way of showing New York that he plans to emerge back into the public eye.
The building is in Gramercy Park and just a few blocks away from Union Square. 254's website brags that it "is located 'front row and center' to everything that matters."
The building was originally built in 1913, but was recently redesigned by Charles Allem.
254 comes equipped with some pretty cool amenities including the Park Lounge, a "private social club" with billiards table and bar. Weiner utilized the Park Lounge for a party to celebrate the bris of his son Jordan.
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