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Mann Report
June/July 2017

Undisputed Luxury at Restored 1912 Landmark Building

The newly restored historic building at 212 Fifth Avenue is breathing with new life, thanks to Pembrooke & Ives and New York’s own Helpern Architects. The landmark early skyscraper, which was once a commercial and industrial space, is now home to 48 residences that take full advantage of the building’s prewar cachet. Lofted ceilings and oversized windows offer inviting residential spaces that have been carefully crafted from the finest woods and marbles. And, with some of the city’s finest dining and culture just outside the front door, residents at 212 Fifth Avenue are never more than a few steps away from yet another quintessential Manhattan experience.

Mann Report June/July 2017

The newly restored historic building at 212 Fifth Avenue is breathing with new life, thanks to Pembrooke & Ives and New York’s own Helpern Architects. The landmark early skyscraper, which was once a commercial and industrial space, is now home to 48 residences that take full advantage of the building’s prewar cachet. Lofted ceilings and

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