2005_12_eloiseplaza.jpgThe condo-conversion at the Plaza wasn't going to be surprise anyone with a hefty pricetag. But who knew that a one bedroom would cost $4.5 million? Oh, okay, that 1155 square-foot one bedroom has Central Park views - one with inferior views goes for $2 million. The viewless two-three bedrooms are $3.75-8.5 million, while the park views means the asking price is a few million more. And the triplex duplex - $32.5 million. Upside: There is a subway station right at the Plaza, and you're not quite on the East Side. Downside: You could buy a couple residences for that money, plus have enough left over for some stupid fun shopping on Fifth Avenue (but people buying these apartments probably have millons under the pillow, so it's not a big deal for them). Gothamist just wants to know how much apartments that look like the hotel suite in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York would go for?

And another movie about living in an NYC hotel: The "Life Without Zoe" vignette in New York Stories.