The former home of designer Bill Blass is on the market for $6.75 million.
Brown Harris Stevens has the listing for the 3,000-plus-square-foot Sutton Place pre-war penthouse condominium, located at 444 East 57 Street. The five-and-a-half room unit, with views of the East River and the 59 Street Bridge, has 2,200 square feet of interior space that includes two bedrooms, two baths, a living room/dining room combination that’s 30 square feet long and a wraparound outdoor terrace that totals 3,000 square feet, according to the listing. It also features two woodburning fireplaces and has been recently renovated.
The monthly common charges and real estate taxes are $2,918 and $1,871, respectively. Built in 1927, the building has a doorman, concierge, a 24-hour elevator attendant and central air-conditioning. The building was also once home to Marilyn Monroe, Arthur Miller and Bobby Short, the listing said.
According to Vince Mauro, the Brown Harris agent who is handling the listing, designer Wofgang Joop was a former owner of the penthouse as well — he sold the unit to the current owner.