Sandy Weill Didn't Pay $43.7 Million To Live At 15 Central Park West And Read His Copy Of Cat Fancy A Week After It Hit Newsstands

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It pays to be an employee at 15 Central Park West. Author Michael Gross reports in House of Outrageous Fortune, his new book about the behemoth condo building, that the average worker there made $22,500 in tips during the holiday season in 2011, give or take a few Benjamins...Not bad for tending to a tower full of influentials, plenty of whom have made Fifteen — its nickname, apparently — their base of power...Sandy Weill...is remembered by one (anonymous) staffer as being "very demanding … An automatic call is made to the manager if a letter or a magazine doesn't arrive when it's supposed to." [NYM, related]

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