133 East 64th Street, Penthouse B, which was originally owned by the former owner and then publisher of the New York Post, Dorothy Schiff, has hit the market for $22 million with Michael Lorber and Alexander Boriskin of Douglas Elliman. Perched atop a distinguished white-glove prewar cooperative, this massive duplex penthouse affords spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline and Central Park. The residence features 7 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms and is accessed by a private elevator, bringing the ultimate in luxury to the Upper East Side. Penthouse B comes equipped with a large and well-appointed chef’s kitchen which incorporates a breakfast room greenhouse and large pantry/service area matched with sun-flooded rooms which feature French doors that open onto a tremendous wrap-around planted and irrigated terrace with awnings and loggias. The master suite features a large walk-in closet, corner dressing room and two marble bathrooms. The fully renovated residence also features a library with custom built-ins as well as herringbone hardwood floors, custom audio/visual systems and hand-carved moldings.