If your neighborhood has been invaded by Pokémon Go players glued to their screens, trying to catch mini fictional characters, you can thank Al Khan.
Granted, Al Kahn has said he has most certainly not tried the game, but he is the man responsible for bringing Pokémon and Yu-Gi-Oh! to the United States, and even gave Pokémon its name, reports the . As you can imagine, Kahn's Pokémon venture has done quite well.
And he has the penthouse to prove it.
Kahn is selling his , complete with four stories, for $18.95 million. The penthouse is "designed for grand entertaining and breathtaking views" with 4,412 square feet, custom brass stairway banisters, a private elevator and Brazilian cherry wood floors, according to the listing.
The entire second floor is designed to be a master suite with a large sitting room and gold-leafed and hand-painted wallpaper. The space includes two large walk-in closets, custom lighting, Sonos speakers and its own washer and dryer. The bathroom terrace features a resistance swimming pool.
Naturally, it'd be impossible to miss the more than 1,000-square-foot outdoor terrace overlooking the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building. Incredible Manhattan views can be seen from nearly every part of the penthouse.
Kahn, 69, purchased the apartment for a little over $5 million in 2012 as a gift to his fiancée at the time, Jillian Crane. The couple is now married and has spent about $4 million and two-and-a-half years renovating the space, reports .
Kahn and his wife told the Wall Street Journal they weren't planning to sell until real estate agents they met at a recent party convinced them otherwise (we're not complaining!). The couple says they may start another large renovation project in the neighborhood. Our eyes shall remained peeled.
Scroll down for a tour of the luxurious space.