A former executive at the investment management firm Sanford C. Bernstein is putting her Park Avenue apartment up for sale.Marilyn Fedak, Sanford Bernstein’s former chief investment officer and executive VP, and her husband Dr. Michael Fedak, are selling their home after 17 years. According to the New York Times, Mr. and Mrs. Fedak decided to sell after spending much more time in Boca Raton and Greenwich, than in the New York penthouse.The Fedaks will keep a smaller apartment in the same building, which they bought in 2003.The penthouse for sale is a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath apartment that rings up to $11.5 million (€8.6 million). It includes 3,300 square feet of indoor space, and a 3,000 square feet rooftop terrace. Located at 655 Park Avenue on the Upper East Side, the apartment terrace has a beautiful view of the New York City skyline.The apartment’s lower level welcomes guests in with a grand reception gallery, with wet bar and powder room. Source: BusinessinsiderWith three bedrooms in the apartment, the Fedaks use one for a study, and the other as a library. The Pixel watch that never was: An inside look at how Google’s smartwatch efforts beat Apple to the punch, but then broke down and never recovered (GOOG, GOOGL) A car plowed through the main hall of Trump Plaza in New Rochelle, New York The US is building a case against Iran in the attacks on Saudi Arabia, but Trump is in no rush to act SpaceX is trying to buy a hamlet inside its Texas rocket-launch site because it ‘did not anticipate’ there’d be any ‘significant disruption’ to residents who live there Source: BusinessinsiderThe master suite takes up the entire 10th floor. Source: BusinessinsiderThe library includes mahogany bookshelves and window frames. Source: BusinessinsiderThe 11th floor private terrace was professionally designed and landscaped. Source: BusinessinsiderThe terrace has a wet bar, dining area, and lots of greenery. Source: BusinessinsiderSpanning over 3,000 square feet, it provides a beautiful view of the city. Source: BusinessinsiderRead: This Manhattan ‘Sky Loft’ is on the market for $48 million. Want to see inside?