Frank Sinatra's New York City Apartment in the Sky
INSIDE EDITION toured the New York penthouse formerly owned by "Old Blue Eyes'" himself, Frank Sinatra, where he played among the stars.
INSIDE EDITION toured the former New York City apartment of legendary singer, Frank Sinatra. The 60's cool penthouse was Sinatra's Manhattan crash pad.
Sinatra's 3,000-square-foot apartment in the sky is now on the market for $7.7 million. It's a one of kind four bedroom duplex on the Upper East Side with views that go on forever.
And if only the walls could talk. This is the place where the leader of the Rat Pack entertained the likes of JFK and Marilyn Monroe.
Sinatra lived there from 1961 to 1974. The owner's will even throw in a portrait of "Old Blue Eyes" to sweeten the deal.
CEO of Rubicon Property, Jason Haber told INSIDE EDITION, "This is where much of the famous Rat Pack stories and lore happened."
Frank Sinatra met, married, and divorced, Mia Farrow while living in the seriously deluxe apartment in the sky.
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