Remember when, even though you grew up in NYC and not easy to impress, it was still a quiet thrill to spot Jacqueline Kennedy on the street hailing a cab, walking in Central Park or catching lunch at one of her favored restaurants? When the young widow moved into 1040 Fifth Avenue just opposite The Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1964 the City began a love affair with the fashionable and chic former First Lady that endured unwaveringly until her death in 1994. Her gracious full-floor home was her sanctuary for reading, spending time with her children Caroline and John and escaping the constant flash of the paparazzi who followed her every move. The commanding views of her beloved Central Park from her 15th floor aerie included the reservoir which is now named in her honor. The elegant residence was most fitting forsuch a glamourous life led with an unending appreciation of history, literature, art, music, and family.