From the New York Post:
Denise Rich selling NY's most expensive co-op for $65 million
It’s the city’s most expensive co-op apartment — and it can be all yours for a cool $65 million.
Songwriter Denise Rich — ex-wife of presidential-pardon recipient Marc Rich — is putting her Fifth Avenue penthouse on the selling block.
With such a staggering price tag, a buyer can expect a bit more than the basic luxury amenities.
The digs are so expansive that Rich — who penned the lyrics to such hits as the Aretha Franklin-Mary J. Blige duet, “Don’t Waste Your Time,” and Mandy Moore’s “Candy” — once converted one of her three terraces into a professional-grade figure-skating rink for a blowout party.
The other two outdoor spaces are a rooftop terrace that can hold up to 200 people and a separate wraparound terrace.
Stevie Wonder has tickled the ivories of her baby grand piano, which takes up only a fraction of the living room, and Celine Dion has sung in the apartment’s personal recording studio.
The 12,000-square-foot duplex, right on the corner of East 60th Street, was designed by Emery Roth and boasts seven bedrooms, 11 baths and three kitchens.HT: Economic Policy Journal
There’s also a grand salon, a formal dining room seating 22, a media room, a billiards room, a full gym and a library with a fireplace.
Oh, and sweeping views across Central Park....MORE