The Observer declares 960 Fifth Avenue where anyone with less than $100 million is "considered poor" the "most exclusive co-op" in the city. The building has 10,000 square foot suites and a private restaurant with a Paris-trained chef open only to tenants. (One imagines Anne Bass daintily scooping Beluga out of Baccarat bowls while discussing vacations in Caribbean locales close to her money.) Walk through the front entrance in anything less than Chanel and expect to be mistaken for "the help."
The nine-figure middle class [Observer]