Frank Sinatra’s Exquisite Penthouse in New York City

Even though most of us view Frank Sinatra “only” as a talented singer and exceptional actor, the man was apparently quite a talented designer as well. Frank Sinatra’s own New York penthouse is a beautifully designed residence that is conveniently located in close proximity to the East River.

Boasting fantastic views of the river and of the city skyline that lies beyond, Frank Sinatra’s penthouse offers 3,200 square feet of living space, including 6 bathrooms and 4 stunning bedrooms. Also known as “The Voice” or “Ol’ Blue Eyes”, Frank Sinatra designed the penthouse himself and lived in it for about 11 years from 1961 to 1972. In more recent years, the place received a series of upgrades so that it may keep up with modern trends. These upgrades include a glass staircase, a gourmet kitchen and a cozy marble fireplace, all blending seamlessly into the apartment’s design without interfering with its timeless elegance.

Have a look at the following pictures for a glimpse into Sinatra’s New York penthouse!