• Inside Look: Frank Sinatra's NYC Penthouse
  • Posted 21 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 14453 Views
  • Now that it's been put back on the market, we can have a little look inside the 3,200 square foot NYC penthouse which belonged to Frank Sinatra up until 1972. Designed by Sinatra himself in 1961, the Manhattan residence was dubbed a "glittering grotto in the sky" by Andy Warhol and features four bedrooms, six bathrooms, and two large terraces which wrap around the outside of the apartment to offer stunning views of the East River. While the layout of the space is much the same, a large renovation in 2008 saw the addition of a few modern touches such as the contemporary glass staircase, marble fireplace, and gourmet kitchen, setting its current market value at $6 million USD (approx. 3.7 million).

    • Would love to see how it looked when Sinatra lived there.
    • Jake Posted 21 months ago · 152 Reply
    • What's up with the decoration in the bedrooms?! Don't they want to sell this place?
    • Barsnacks Posted 21 months ago · 138 Reply
    • Shame about the ubiquitous pic of marilyn...
    • louise taylor Posted 21 months ago · 109 Reply