The Joan Rivers legendary comedian’s longtime Upper East Side home is back on the market for $38 million.
Joan Rivers lived in the penthouse at 1 East 62nd Street for 28 years. Following her death in 2014, it sold for $28 million.
According to N.Y. Post, the buyer, which is reportedly a member of a Middle Eastern royal family, has set it back on the market for $38 million.
The 11-room range has four bedrooms, four and a half baths, a hall, and two terraces with city views. The 5,100-square-foot home is spread out over three levels and sits atop a mansion that was planned by architect Horace Trumbauer.
Rivers hosted dinner, gatherings, for celebrities including Princess Diana at the penthouse.
The property is now marketed by Jenny Lenz and Dolly Lenz Real Estate.