“Lost” showrunner buys Flatiron condo for $4M

“Leave the island? “Lost” show runner Carlton Cuse isn’t going anywhere, having just paid $4.1 million for a condo at 10 Madison Square West.

Cuse, who served as executive producer and screenwriter for “Lost” and is also the co-developer, screenwriter and executive producer for “Bates Motel” has been nominated for ten Emmys and has won two, including Outstanding Drama Series. He was listed on Time Magazine’s list of most influential people in 2010 for his work on “Lost.”

The apartment is 1,690 square feet and has two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. The building was designed in 1915 by William Van Alen, the architect behind the Chrysler building, and has undergone a total renovation by the designer Alan Wanzenberg and the architecture firm Goldstein, Hill & West Architects, which did the façade.

The building offers a private residences club with a 60-foot lap pool, a hot tub, yoga studio, pilates studio, locker rooms, steam rooms and saunas.