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Can a Few Stunning Pieces of Art Sell a Pricey Apartment?

Great architecture and fine art go hand in hand, and nowhere was that recently more apparent than at The Crown, the triplex penthouse atop prewar conversion 212 Fifth Avenue, where developer Robert Gladstone put on a modern art show in celebration of the apartment’s completion. The NoMad condo played host to superior contemporary works such as Cy Twombly, Sam Francis, Andy Warhol, and Robert Ryman as well as a cross-section of the city’s press, brokers, and interested buyers. The Crown is the perfect space for exhibiting art, a feature that the developer believes will help the penthouse find its perfect resident: “Anyone who would consider living there would also have a spectacular collection,” said Gladstone. “And an irreplaceable art collection is always linked to an extraordinary home.”

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Great architecture and fine art go hand in hand, and nowhere was that recently more apparent than at The Crown, the triplex penthouse atop prewar conversion 212 Fifth Avenue, where developer Robert Gladstone put on a modern art show in celebration of the apartment’s completion. The NoMad condo played host to superior contemporary works such as Cy Twombly, Sam

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