Joan Collins sells NYC pad with 16 closets worthy of ‘Dynasty’ for $2M
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Dame Joan Collins has finally found a buyer for her swanky Midtown pied-à-terre at the Dorchester.
The glam 87-year-old Brit actress/author and ’80s icon — who earned household name status stateside as Alexis Carrington Colby on "Dynasty" — was last asking $2 million for the eighth-floor unit at 110 E. 57th St. at Park Avenue.
The property — smack dab on Billionaires Row — was on the market for a mere 52 days this time around, according to StreetEasy.
But it first went on the market for $2.89 million in 2011. (Collins bought it in 2002 but it is not clear for how much.)
The three-bedroom, three bathroom co-op is 1,900 square feet.
It features three exposures, an open living/dining room, space for a home office — and 16 closets, according to the listing.
The 21-story postwar building, which dates to 1957, also has a relatively modest monthly maintenance fee of $3,637.
Collins had just finished quarantining after recently returning to London from the Big Apple, and was just spotted dining out in London with Piers Morgan, 56, and her fifth husband, Percy Gibson, 56.
The listing broker is Carolyn Weiner-Trapness of Brown Harris Stevens.