Real Estate Titanosaur NYC: Apartments that could fit the world's largest dinosaur By Melissa Kravitz email@example.com Updated January 15, 2016 2:41 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email The Titanosaur has officially become a New Yorker. The world's largest known dinosaur is now on display at the American Museum of Natural History. At 122 feet long and 46 feet tall -- about the height of a five-story building-- this prehistoric animal takes about approximately 5,600 square feet -- that's a lot of New York real estate. For a dinosaur that doesn't even fully fit in the museum gallery, apartment searching would be even more difficult. Here are a few apartments the multimillion-year-old dinosaur would be able to live in, if it was also a multimillionaire. Upper East Side: $65,000/month Photo Credit: Streeteasy At 12 E. 80th St., you can spread out in this 10,000-square-foot, 18 room rental. This 20-foot wide, 6-story single-family town house includes an elevator, smart home technology and 1,300 square feet of outdoor space in its south-facing garden. Rent at Streeteasy.com Midtown: $59,000/month Photo Credit: Streeteasy This five-bedroom 7,750-square-foot duplex on Fifth Avenue offers 360-degree views of the city, a 12-seat dining room, a media room and a 24-hour white gloved uniformed doorman who will kindly welcome all prehistoric visitors. Rent at Streeteasy.com Lincoln Square: $45,000/month Photo Credit: Streeteasy There's plenty of space to roam in this 6,540-square-foot town house at 37 W. 70th St. Original wood-burning fireplaces, two peaceful outdoor terraces, Juliet balconies, an elevator, a top-of-the-line sauna and "an enchanting stained glass skylight" are just a few of the amenities in this rental. Rent at Streeteasy.com Nolita: $85,000/month Photo Credit: Streeteasy Titanosaur will fell right at home in this coveted penthouse in the Puck building, which is known for including features like countertops made from ancient lava stone, among other extravagances. This 6,000-square-foot condo is pure elegance: The master suite has two full baths with steam showers, soaking tubs and a waterproof TV and catering from the Chef's Club downstairs is always available for a bath time snack. Rent at Streeteasy.com Murray Hill: $35,000/month Photo Credit: Streeteasy The genderless Titanosaur can bro out in this 6,000-square-foot, 5-story Murray Hill town house. This five-bedroom, four-bathroom property also features a state-of-the-art chef's kitchen, three terraces, a Japanese garden and more. Rent at Streeteasy.com Greenwich Village: $65,000/month Photo Credit: Corcoran This 5,924-square-foot rental near Washington Square Park also includes 1,999 square feet of outdoor space! Six bedrooms, a sun-drenched living room, open dining room, chef's kitchen, laundry room and a library are just a few of the enticing rooms in this property. Rent at Streeteasy.com By Melissa Kravitz firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic World’s biggest dinosaur debuts in NYCIt's the biggest dinosaur known to humans. Apartments you can rent for $1,500 a month or lessEven great places can be found on a budget in NYC. Tila Tequila wants you to pay her rent, decorate her homeGuess the "Shot at Love" home wasn't available.