The couple, who met in New York, also have residences in London, Los Angeles and Saint-Tropez on the French Riviera. They have been spending far less time in their Midtown home, however, and over the last few years placed it on the market, on and off, for as much as $2.9 million. They turned down offers, though, with the thought that they might someday use the apartment more.
Their unit, on the eighth floor of the 21-story Dorchester, now has an asking price of $2.095 million, according to the listing agent, Carolyn Weiner-Trapness of Brown Harris Stevens. Monthly maintenance is $3,637. (There is an additional $634.27 monthly capital assessment through the end of 2022 to cover a decline in commercial tenant revenue because of the pandemic.)
Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/15/realestate/joan-collins-home-sale.html