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New York Post
6.17.16

Rich People are Buying Secret Luxury Apartments for the Help

Throughout Manhattan, a century-old luxury real estate trend has resurfaced in the form of studio apartments meant as extensions of full-sized condos. These residences, originally designed to house nannies and other domestic assistants, are furnished with the same high-end finishes and appliances as the main apartments and are only available for sale to building residents. At 212 Fifth Avenue in NOMAD,owners have the ability to purchase these supplemental modest units, which areespecially well suited to accommodate recently graduated children or serve as dedicated office space for those who work from home.  Read More

Throughout Manhattan, a century-old luxury real estate trend has resurfaced in the form of studio apartments meant as extensions of full-sized condos. These residences, originally designed to house nannies and other domestic assistants, are furnished with the same high-end finishes and appliances as the main apartments and are only available for sale to building residents.

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