Bette Midler’s Fifth Avenue Penthouse Goes on the Market for $50 Million - The New York Times

Ms. Midler’s “country house” in the city, a triplex at 1125 Fifth Avenue, comes with direct views of the Central Park reservoir and a lush rooftop garden.

Bette Midler is selling her longtime family home on the Upper East Side, an airy triplex with lush landscaped gardens, complete with composter and shed, and sweeping vistas of the Central Park reservoir and Midtown skyline.

Ms. Midler, an award-winning entertainer, and her husband, Martin von Haselberg, a performance artist, bought the penthouse at 1125 Fifth Avenue and 94th Street in 1996. The venerable prewar co-op proved a perfect fit: It’s near the school their daughter, Sophie von Haselberg, attended, has a full-time doorman to assure privacy, and is a short drive from the theater district and Carnegie Hall.
Looking to upscale? How's a 10,000 square foot penthouse with 3,000 of those feet being a rooftop garden.

I guess playing 'Hello Dolly' on B'Way pays very well.