It’s not hard to imagine that the ghosts of Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, John F. Kennedy, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., and other Hollywood icons haunt this New York City penthouse. This landmark Manhattan residence was designed by Sinatra himself. It features four bedrooms, six baths, and two wraparound terraces that offer breathtaking views of the the East River from every room. Andy Warhol nicknamed the penthouse as a “glittering grotto” thanks to its airy and glamorous environment.
Since Sinatra’s days, the residence has been completely renovated. It features a living space with a marble, wood-burning fireplace, beamed ceilings, a large dining area, and a gourmet kitchen. There’s even a glass spiral staircase – the exact same one used in the Apple Stores – that leads up to the master bedroom.
The 3,200+ square foot apartment is on the market for $6 million.