- According to the New York Post , Mauro Maccioni, former co-owner of Le Cirque , listed his Sutton Place maisonette duplex.
- The duplex is in 444 57th Street, a luxury apartment building just east of Midtown Manhattan.
- Marilyn Monroe and her playwright husband Arthur Miller's "East Side love nest" was in the same pre-war building.
- The asking price for the duplex is $1.85 million, according to Douglas Elliman Real Estate .
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At the tail end of the 1950s, Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller lived in a charming 15-story apartment building in Sutton Place .
To this day, 444 East 57th Street is still a prestigious address, with white glove service, incredible amenities, and notable residents.
The New York Post reports that one of those residents, restaurateur and former Le Cirque co-owner Mauro Maccioni, has again listed his maisonette duplex, currently asking $1.85 million. (The property was first on the market in 2013 for $1.879 million but didn't sell.)
Keep reading for a look inside the three-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex that spans 1,600 square feet.
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