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On a sunny morning in late February, Yves Bouvier, a Swiss art dealer, flew into Nice and drove 20 miles along the French Riviera to Monaco to meet his top client, Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev. Bouvier had come to work out the final payment for Mark Rothko’s No. 6 (Violet, Green and Red), which Rybolovlev had agreed to buy for €140 million back in August. Bouvier, 51, entered the lobby of the cream-colored, belle époque mansion where Rybolovlev’s penthouse apartment overlooks Monte Carlo’s yacht-filled marina.

Assuming business as usual, Bouvier approached a man he thought was one of Rybolovlev’s bodyguards.

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A Miami-area penthouse under construction that comes with a small fractional ownership of two Jeff Koons sculptures is asking $29.5 million, according to the developer, Argentine firm Consultatio.

A five-bedroom duplex apartment on the top floors of the 28-story building, the penthouse, will measure roughly 19,320 square feet, of which about 9,370 square feet will be interior living space. Outdoor areas will include a rooftop pool, Jacuzzi tub and entertaining space overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. There will also be 7½ bathrooms, a sauna, exercise area, two dens and a massage room. The building is in the early stages of construction with a projected 2016 completion date.

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Jackson Pollock’s former Greenwich Village apartment is up for sale for $1.25 million. The 800-square-foot penthouse located at 46 Carmine Street—very convenient to the historic Cedar Tavern, where Pollock and the Ab Ex crew hung out—has 14-foot Tudor-style ceilings, a working fireplace, and “Pirelli floors,” which we assume means they’re great for laying large canvases on to make drip paintings.

What makes it interesting to Luis Ortiz, the Douglas Elliman broker who has the listing. is the address.

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If you're shelling out $38 million for a property, you'd hope there would be a few bonuses thrown in.

Thankfully Phil Maloof, the former New Mexico state senator and a member of the wealthy Maloof family, has got you covered - adding Dali and Picasso paintings to the already extensive inventory of his breathtaking Las Vegas penthouse.

He reportedly bought the 27,000-square-foot Palms Place penthouse in 2008 for a mere $4.5 million, but he has since completely refurbished the home and deck in a breathtaking feat of opulence.

The apartment, which takes over the entire 59th floor of Palms Place tower, has 360 degree unobstructed views of the entire Las Vegas valley from decks that can fit up to 200 people.

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