Frank Sinatra’s Upper East Side penthouse back on the market

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NEW YORK (PIX11) – Frank Sinatra’s Upper East Side penthouse is back on the market.

The three-floor, four bedroom, 32-hundred square foot pad overlooking the East River sits at the end of 72nd Street.

President Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe, Dean Martin and the rest of the Rat Pack partied at the penthouse in the 60s.

Sinatra later sold it to Andy Warhol’s doctor.

It can be yours for a cool $5.6 million.

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