The walls are alive with the sound of music

If walls could sing, I’d love to hear their music about the sprawling, eight-room apartment at the Osborne that went on the market a couple of weeks ago. The onetime home of cabaret singer Bobby Short and composer Leonard Bernstein has been listed for the first time in two decades, according to the Real Deal.

Apartment 4B is a four-bedroom, 3.5-bath co-op in the century-old Osborne at 205 West 57th St., designed with 11 stories on the front and 15 on the back. The asking price is $3.495 million for the apartment, which underwent 14 months of meticulous restoration before going on the market in late April. Diagonally, across from Carnegie Hall, the landmarked building has another celebrity apartment for sale as well. As noted in my newsletter, it belongs to Continue reading