When you think of rich people housing, you think of two things: mansions and penthouses. Now when you think of crazy stupid rich, you think of two more things: mega-mansions and two-story penthouses. Tommy Hilfiger, the guy who made all of those multi-colored shirts with the boat-key boueys attached to them back in the day, is clearly crazy stupid rich, because he’s got his New York City penthouse up for sale…and it’s two stories…and it has an asking price of $80 million…dollars. Let’s take a look and feel bad about ourselves folks…The eighteenth and nineteenth floors of the ultra-swank Plaza building in Manhattan were originally listed by the shirt mogul for a whopping $50 million, but that was when it was considered a fixer-upper. Since the originally listing, Tommy and his wife put about $20 million into a big renovation, thus driving the price up to it’s current insane value. The penthouse features the iconic dome roof that the Plaza is known for, but also features sick views of both Central Park and 5th Avenue. It has five bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, a roof deck and terrace, and a private entrance. The building itself has a gym, a pool, a door man and concierge, maid service, ample private parking, and Todd English white glove room service. It’s obviously a spectacular place to live, but we tend to have trouble believing that anything that’s not a heart transplant on your death bed is worth $80 million. We guess that if you’re that rich and need a place to live that also serves as a status symbol, you’d want to get yourself into these lavish digs, but still…$80 million? You can buy a successful business for that much money! We guess Tommy Hilfiger is still pulling in huge bucks, because we rarely here of anyone that can afford to own a place that’s this expensive. However, it’s up for sale, so maybe he can’t afford it…just kidding Tommy! We know you’re rolling in the dough Scrooge McDuck style. Good luck with the sale, and congrats to whatever “Million Dollar Listing” star realtor moves this place, that commission is going to be nuts!