With 23-foot ceilings, 16 rooms, a Swedish sauna and fireplace mantels that date back to the 17th century, the triplex penthouse at the top of The Pierre is a bit big for one person. So while Martin Zweig’s widow, Barbara Digan Zweig, is waiting for a buyer for the $125 million (or so she thinks) crown jewel of Fifth Avenue, she’s downgraded to more reasonable accommodations: a $12 million apartment in the same building. Read More
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