Harold Ford, Jr., who is considering a run for Senate in New York, has had his Manhattan apartment on the market for the better part of a year. According to Gawker
, the maybe-I-will-run, maybe-I-won't former Tennessee Congressman is the owner of the property in this
Brown Harris Stevens listing.
The Fifth Avenue co-op has one bedroom, two bathrooms, 11-foot ceilings... and very, very yellow walls. Cost? $1.4 million. (The price was reduced by $90,000 recently.)
No word on whether the building has helicopter parking