It’s been a tough week for New Jersey governor Chris Christie, whose name appeared last night under a “Redundant Names” category on Jeopardy. Despite the fact that Fort Lee’s mayor seems to have come around on the subject of Bridgegate, and says he believes that Christie wasn’t involved, we figure the guv might need a change of venue — and we’ve got just the thing.
This Governor’s Mansion, a National Historic Landmark, is part of a secure, gated community in Philadelphia, Naval Square. The 3,200-square-foot mansion is available as either one condo or two separate residences — we’ll assume Christie will take it as one, thank you. (Right now it’s the division office for the developers of Naval Square, Toll Brothers City Living.)
The space comes with six parking spaces total (no gridlock, please!), a 45×10 front porch, a state-of-the-art fitness center, concierge services, a community room (for press conferences), and an outdoor salt water pool.
Would it be odd to move to Philadelphia? Perhaps. So just call it a vacation home. Surely all the residents of Grays Ferry do the same.