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New York’s Most Beautiful Pre-War Condo Buildings by Neighborhood

Topping City Realty’s list of NoMad luxury condos in prewar buildings is 212 Fifth Avenue, the neo-Gothic beauty that has been restored by Helpern Architects, with interiors by Pembrooke & Ives. This 1912 former manufacturing building has been described as the ultimate New York building for good reason: not only does its name feature the city’s most desirable area code, but this early skyscraper provides intimate views of many Manhattan landmarks, including Madison Square Park, the Flatiron Building, and the Empire State Building. Inside, the luxury residences at 212 Fifth Avenue combine prewar proportions with modern design and finishes. The building is also home to The Crown Penthouse, the trophy triplex with two levels of private terrace that has become a favorite temporary venue for charitable organizations and art gallerists while it awaits its owner.

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Topping City Realty’s list of NoMad luxury condos in prewar buildings is 212 Fifth Avenue, the neo-Gothic beauty that has been restored by Helpern Architects, with interiors by Pembrooke & Ives. This 1912 former manufacturing building has been described as the ultimate New York building for good reason: not only does its name feature the

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