Now you can schmooz, party, and mess around just like Ol' Blue Eyes in his Rat Pack heyday, because the 3,200 square foot Upper East Side penthouse — which he helped design and owned in the '60s — is back on the market. Here's what the newly slashed $5.5 million pricetag gets you.
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While it's undergone some major renovations in recent years and looks a bit different now, these are the same rooms he hosted everyone from JFK to Marilyn Monroe in during the 10 years he owned it.
The wraparound terraces — totalling 2,000 square feet — overlook the East River and Queensboro bridge from the 22nd and 23rd floors.
Legend has it Sammy Davis, Jr. enjoyed tossing empty champagne flutes over the railings onto the FDR. Attaboy, Sammy.
One of four bedrooms, this is where the magic happened. And if legend is to be believed, not only with his wife at the time, Mia Farrow.
Its most recent tenant overhauled the space with lots of modern touches, including this glass staircase, which is an exact replica of ones installed in Apple stores.
Once the pad's glassed-in rooftop party spot, the third floor's been transformed into an epic master suite.
The kitchen is optimized for entertaining with top-of-the-line appliances, including a sizable wine fridge.
And Sinatra isn't the only hotshot to have called the triplex home. After he moved out in '72 Andy Warhol's doctor moved in, upon which it got a nickname (from Andy) that's stuck: the "glittering grotto in the sky."