Prospective buyers of this luxury condo in Hudson Square may not need to be a billionaire, but they’ll certainly need deep pockets. The swanky 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom unit located at 330 Spring St. inside the famed Urban Glasshouse serves as the fictional pad of “Billions” hedge fund investor Dudley Mafee, played by Dan Soder. Now the unit is ready for its closeup in the hopes of garnering an equally wealthy real-life owner, because it’s being listed for $3.2 million, according to Curbed. (Here’s a cameo of the place in this Showtime trailer.)

Designed by renowned architects Philip Johnson and Annabelle Selldorf, the Urban Glasshouse is a 12-story, 40-unit development located a block from Hudson River Park. Apartment 6A spans a generous 1,722 square feet and boasts incredible views thanks to an endless array of floor-to-ceiling windows. The open kitchen with center island flows into the loft-like corner dining and living combo, and features sleek appliances that make hosting a breeze thanks to the Sub-Zero fridge, Viking wine cooler and Miele dishwasher.

There’s no shortage of storage space in this unit that boasts multiple closets in the bedrooms and common areas. The huge master suite offers city views in addition to a separate dressing and wardrobe area comparable to the size of some NYC bedrooms. Not to be outdone, the master bath is fit for a spa day with a soaking tub and radiant heat floors to boot. In addition to another generous-sized bedroom, the apartment features a separate office area located off the foyer with built-in shelves and storage for convenience.

Upping the luxury ante, everything from the unit’s lights, blinds, temperature and entertainment settings can be controlled via the built-in iPad. When residents need a break from chilling in their swanky digs, they can take advantage of the building’s coveted location complete with endless SoHo shopping and dining options.