You can now buy Seinfeld’s apartment — in miniature

Artist Alan Wolfson has recreated Jerry's fictional UWS home

Feb.February 12, 2017 04:30 PM
Jerry Seinfeld's apartment on "Seinfeld"

Jerry Seinfeld’s apartment on “Seinfeld”

For many, Jerry Seinfeld’s TV apartment on his eponymous show is the iconic New York City dwelling. In 2015, fans had the chance to walk inside a recreation of Jerry’s Upper West Side abode. But what are true devotees of the show to do now when they need a Seinfeld real estate fix? Buy a $400 model, of course.

Artist Alan Wolfson has teamed up with the original production designer of “Seinfeld,” Thomas Azzari, to replicate Jerry’s apartment in miniature — 27 years after the show premiered.

It has “100 unique miniature elements—including the furniture, bicycle on the wall, lighting fixtures and even a working version of Jerry’s front door.”

Wolfson is currently accepting pre-orders and he’s asking $399.99 each. Considering the actual cost of an apartment like Seinfeld’s on the Upper West Side today, it’s a steal.  [Gothamist] Christopher Cameron

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