Beyoncé blessed us mere mortals with , her highly anticipated visual album, this weekend, but it looks like the people around Bey have been super busy, too.
Take, for instance, , also known as the behind Beyoncé (he's the former head of worldwide marketing for Parkwood Entertainment, which was founded by the singer), who listed his TriBeCa apartment earlier this month. While we aren't sure if Queen B has been here, we can't help but imagine her making herself at home in the cozy, 1,600-square-foot space.
According to Sabey himself, the apartment, which was part of a factory in the 1800s, now boasts walls of hidden storage, a shower with steam room conversion, and a high-tech security system that allows you to control the lights and deadbolt via WiFi.
The two-bedroom, two-bath prewar loft is listed at $3.5 million, which, when you think about it, is small change for being able to breathe the same air that Beyoncé (probably) once did. And, considering the fact that Sabey told ELLEDECOR.com "songs of a generation were written at its table," we're willing to bet some of Bey's biggest hits were crafted here. Casual.
Marvel upon the lighting in the master bath, which was designed by Mariah Carey's stage lighting director in the early 2000s; check out the Japanese toilet, which costs $10,000 alone; wonder what you're doing with your life and why you aren't paid to hang out with Beyoncé.
Or, just take a tour of the listing .