{Quartz} In 2004, Rupert Murdoch bought an apartment from Laurance Rockefeller for $44 million, which was then a record price for New York City.

Located at 834 Fifth Ave., the entire building was bought by Rockefeller, son of Gilded Age oil tycoon John D. Rockefeller, in 1946 and happened to break the record previously—in 1986 a duplex became the first Manhattan apartment to be sold for...

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