The tallest building in the city, the 757-foot skyscraper at 666 Fifth Avenue, is listed for sale on the New York Stock Exchange.
Its asking price is $2.2 billion, and it’s the biggest ever.
The listing comes a month after the company that owns the building filed for bankruptcy, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The firm is headed by the billionaire investor Carl Icahn.
The building was built in 1957.
It was completed in 1960 as a commercial office building with a rooftop pool.
It has been described as a landmark.
The tower was originally built as a three-story office building on a site where the Empire State Building once stood.
After a fire in 1995, it was renovated to become the tallest building on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
In 2018, the building underwent a massive renovation, and is now a luxury hotel and apartment complex.
Aerial view of the tower.
The building is now worth $1.5 billion.
It is being marketed as a “premium luxury hotel, apartment and office complex,” according to a listing in The Wall St Journal.
The tower was designed by Frank Gehry and is currently used as a meeting venue.