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Inside New York’s Superlative Penthouses

There’s no place in Manhattan quite like 212 Fifth Avenue: an iconic prewar tower overlooking Madison Square Park. Here, a century of New York skyscraper history meets with some of the most renowned architects and designers of the 21st century to create a unique collection of luxury NoMad condominium residences. Atop the Helpern Architects-renovated neo-Gothic tower is The Crown, a triplex penthouse representing the height of Manhattan living. Inside this Pembrooke & Ives-designed home, residents will find a grand foyer clad in marble, a bronze staircase connecting all floors, and three marble-and-glass fireplaces. Outside, residents will enjoy two levels of private terraces complete with intimate views of Madison Square Park, the Flatiron Building, and the Empire State Building.

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There’s no place in Manhattan quite like 212 Fifth Avenue: an iconic prewar tower overlooking Madison Square Park. Here, a century of New York skyscraper history meets with some of the most renowned architects and designers of the 21st century to create a unique collection of luxury NoMad condominium residences. Atop the Helpern Architects-renovated neo-Gothic

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