This magnificently illustrated book reveals the architectural and decorative details of life at the top in Manhattan. More than 100 line drawings of floor plans and over 100 black-and-white photographs as well as fascinating mini-histories detail the vital statistics on 73 of New York City's best lux... read more
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This magnificently illustrated book reveals the architectural and decorative details of life at the top in Manhattan. More than 100 line drawings of floor plans and over 100 black-and-white photographs as well as fascinating mini-histories detail the vital statistics on 73 of New York City's best luxury apartment addresses.
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