By Caroline Biggs

Published on October 12, 2016

Photography by SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY VIA 6SQFT

Per 6sqft , the prewar pad will most likely serve as a real estate investment (and not a place of residence) for Nixon and wife Christina Moranoni—since they purchased the place in tandem with SATC set designer, Michael Growler.

Photography by SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY VIA 6SQFT

The corner apartment boasts two bedrooms—with the possibility for three—and original architectural details like herringbone wood floors and exposed ceiling beams.

Photography by SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY VIA 6SQFT

The oak-clad kitchen comes complete with open shelving and an adorable breakfast nook

Photography by SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY VIA 6SQFT

The office area could easily be converted into a third bedroom with tons of natural light.

Photography by SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY VIA 6SQFT

Plus the place still packs plenty of prewar appeal, including high ceilings, French doors, and crown moldings.

Photography by SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY VIA 6SQFT

The art deco-style building also offers some pretty major amenities, such as a marble lobby, bike closet, and laundry room—so we’re guessing Nixon won’t have a hard time renting out this super cute space.