The late comedian Joan Rivers often joked of her lavish Manhattan penthouse: "It's what Marie Antoinette would have done, if she had money."
Now, after Rivers' untimely death in September while undergoing an endoscopy, her estate is listing the apartment at 1 East 62nd Street for sale at $28 million. The four bedroom, 4½ bathroom condominium spans the top three floors of the building, and the decor is as candid and colorful as Rivers herself. It has had plenty of work done.
"Everybody says a woman's bedroom should look like a bordello," Rivers told NBC's "TODAY" in 2011. "It's such a comfort, my bedroom. It is my main closet which, again, for a New Yorker, this is huge. For anybody else in America, it's like who cares."