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Vanity Fair's video series about iconic really expensive New York residences continues with a fawning rundown of power players who've laid their heads at 740 Park Avenue. Maybe Michael Gross's book and PBS documentary weren't enough; after all, this is the "most famous apartment building in the world," where co-op "applicants allegedly must show a liquid net worth, which is cash on hand, of at least $100 million." Watch for old photos and floorplan porn, plus details about John D. Rockefeller's triplex with 14 bathrooms, Jackie O's childhood home, and disgraced financier J. Ezra Merkin's erstwhile Rothko collection... and other juicy facts about bold-faced names, errr, tenants. [VF; previously]

740 Park Ave

740 Park Avenue, New York, NY