2010 Movie News Archives

Lois Lane

March 18, 2010: Lois Lane's Expensive Apartment

Life's Little Mysteries has a humorous article contemplating how Lois Lane could afford the fabulous apartment she was living in in "Superman: The Movie".

    OK, we'll buy a guy in tights can fly and move "faster than a speeding bullet." What we can't wrap our heads around is the fact that any newspaper reporter - even one for a fictional paper like the Daily Planet - could ever afford a lavish bachelorette pad like the one Lois Lane had in the 1978 blockbuster.

    The apartment that doubled as her not-so humble abode sits atop the building at 240 Central Park South in midtown Manhattan.

    240 CPS is a pre-war rental building that went up in 1941, and is considered the first apartment house in the city to make extensive use of balconies. Facing Central Park and overlooking Columbus Circle, it was designed by the architectural firm Mayer & Whittlesley. Aside from Ms. Lane, real-life famous faces such as Renee Zellweger have been tenants, as well as Antoine de Saint-Exupery, the author of "The Little Prince."

Check out the entire article at LifesLittleMysteries.com.

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