The big real estate dish from the big city, Curbed NY...
1) Greenwich Village: Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones dropped $10.5 million on a lower Fifth Avenue penthouse. The decidedly non-rocker-ish duplex was formerly three separate units thats were combined into one four-bedroom home.
2) Upper East Side: The penthouse that once belonged to the late billionaire and philanthropist Edgar Bronfman, Sr. hit the market for a whopping $65 million. The Central Park-facing spread has 16 rooms and a gigantic wraparound terrace.
3) Lincoln Square: How do wealthy art dealers decorate their $17M apartments? With soon hit the market for $38 million. The co-op once occupied five floors, though it's now been downsized to three, it still measures 7,000-square-feet and features a 100-foot-long, 30-foot-high gallery.
· Curbed NY [ny.curbed.com]