Updated: Aug 25
Gloria Vanderbilt was easily one of the most influential pop culture icons of the 20th century, long before she became the mother of Anderson Cooper. With a career that spanned theatre, film, book writing, and fashion design, she was the true definition of a Renaissance woman.
The late socialite and creative's apartment, 30 Beekman Place #2A, is imbued with all of the character, color, and culture one would expect from such an accomplished and eclectic figure. Located on a tree-lined street in Midtown East--one of New York’s most sought-after neighborhoods--the oversized 3-bedroom apartment is adorned with a colorful array of art and furniture from around the world.
In addition to spacious rooms with high ceilings and plenty of natural light, the apartment offers sunlit eastern views that capture the charming prewar construction of the neighboring buildings.