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New York State of Mind: Take a Photo Tour of a $73.8 Million Triplex Penthouse Overlooking the Hudson River

Manhattan penthouses are the iconic expression of luxury living in New York City, and the triplex atop 212 Fifth Avenue sets the bar higher than ever before. 212 Fifth Avenue is a restored 1912 early skyscraper which has been renovated by Helpern Architects and designed by Pembrooke and Ives into a collection of modern Madison Square Park condos. The 10,079 square foot penthouse features multiple terraces overlooking the Empire State Building, the Flatiron Building, One World Trade Center, the Clocktower, Madison Square Park and lastly, the Hudson River – evident from the master bedroom en-suite. Under the acute eye of highly-acclaimed interior designer, Shanna Bender from Designer Studio 15, the penthouse has been generously staged with furnishings by Luxury Living LLC and artwork supplied by Axiom Fine Arts. Bestowed the Atelier Furniture Collection, this furniture collaboration includes pieces by Fendi, Bentley Home, Trussardi Casa, and Gandia Blasco.

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Manhattan penthouses are the iconic expression of luxury living in New York City, and the triplex atop 212 Fifth Avenue sets the bar higher than ever before. 212 Fifth Avenue is a restored 1912 early skyscraper which has been renovated by Helpern Architects and designed by Pembrooke and Ives into a collection of modern Madison Square Park condos. The 10,079

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