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Home of longest-serving DA in NYC Robert Morgenthau, who battled the mafia, asks $3.2M

The Manhattan home of the late and acclaimed Robert Morgenthau, who was the longest-serving district attorney in the history of the state of New York, has listed for $3.2 million, The Post has learned. Morgenthau purchased the co-op, located at 64 E. 86th St. with his wife and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Lucinda Franks, in 1996 — and remained there until his death. Franks passed away in May 2021 — and the home is being sold by their estate. Morgenthau served in this role from 1975 until his retirement in 2009. He passed away in 2019, just 10 days shy of his...
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