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Kitten Gets the Keys:

The Lion Queen's New Den


Does Trump World Tower allow cats? Certainly, when the feline in question is Jocelyne Wildenstein, whose messy 1997 divorce from her art-dealer husband catapulted her memorably altered visage onto the tabloids' front pages. Wildenstein is renovating her townhouse at 82nd and Fifth -- "I think she's going to put in a pool with a safari theme," says Douglas Elliman's Robert Haberman -- so she's bought two adjacent places to live in for the duration, paying just a whisker over $3 million for 3,500 square feet. "It's a very international building, which is why she liked it," says Dianne Twersky, who, with Haberman, sold the apartments. Wildenstein saw them when they were still raw space, and they've since been fitted out. "She's got a very good architectural eye," says Twersky. "She probably will, after it's completed, do things to her very specific taste." A nip here, a tuck there . . .

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