Disney CEO Bob Iger listed his luxurious seventh-story, Fifth Avenue apartment back in October of 2017 for $19 million and the sale on it just closed this week for $18.75 million; pretty close to its asking price. The apartment is on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and includes a “wall of windows” overlooking the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis reservoir in Central Park.
The one-level home is sprawling with eleven rooms, including 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. It even has a private elevator entry, a wood-burning fireplace, a library that is paneled in wood, and a modern kitchen.
Iger isn’t the only big name to have called this building home. According to Curbed, Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s stepmother, Phyllis, used to live on the ninth-floor and Bette Midler currently occupies the building’s penthouse.
News Source: Curbed
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