NEW YORK (AP) -- The butler who inherited two apartments from the family he served in New York City's posh Dakota co-op is eligible to apply to live there.
In making the announcement Thursday, the co-op board said that Indra Tamang "is held in high esteem by those in the building who know him."
The Central Park West apartments were left to Tamang by actress and socialite Ruth Ford following her death last year. Tamang worked for Ford and her family for more than three decades.
No word on whether he wants to move there, however.