Glamorous homes of Hollywood icons up for sale

Frank Sinatra’s NYC penthouse

Where else would the guy who sang the city's unofficial theme song, "New York, New York.” live? Encompassing the 22nd and 23rd floors of The Edgewater Cooperative on 72nd Street, it's a 3,200-square-foot penthouse apartment with 18-foot ceilings, four bedrooms, four full baths and two half baths. Sinatra oversaw construction in the early 1960s, and Andy Warhol's nickname for the place, "a glittering grotto in the sky," is pretty fitting. The main floor includes three of the four bedrooms and has an open kitchen, living room and dining room. You can find a fireplace and wood floors in the living room, and the kitchen has stainless-steel appliances. Large windows on the main floor look out over the Hudson River. But if you get tired of being inside, you can check out the views of the river on the wraparound terrace. A glass staircase leads up to the main suite, which has another wraparound terrace off the master bedroom. Building amenities include a private gym, doorman, elevator and garage. Its listed for $7.7 million. Here are some photos of Frank’s place ...

Listing agent: Gregory Spock; gregory@rubiconnyc.com