A 15-room co-op apartment overlooking Central Park in New York City has gone on the market for $45 million, and if its owner, philanthropist Loida Lewis, fetches the full amount, it would break a record for a residential sale in Manhattan. The widow of the late billionaire CEO of Beatrice Foods, Lewis, 64, is asking $45 million for the ninth- and 10-floor duplex in the building at 834 Fifth Avenue, which coincidentally also happens to be the building where the $44 million purchase record was set—by media mogul Rupert Murdoch—back in 2005. Murdoch plunked down $44 million for the building’s triplex penthouse, four floors up. Features in Lewis’ apartment include seven and a half bathrooms, four wood-burning fireplaces, a 640-square-foot living room, and a one-bedroom mezzanine-level apartment between the ninth and 10th floors, according to the New York Observer, which recently reported on the listing. The story reported that the late automaker John DeLorean had sold the unit to the Lewises in 1992.