Location: New York, New York
Architect: Ralph Thomas Walker (original design)
Footprint: 3,600 square feet (three bedrooms)
About the Listing: "With unobstructed views of the city and the Hudson River in the New York Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, the three-bedroom, 3,600-square-foot duplex apartment has been carefully updated since Trevor bought it in 2017, while retaining the historic ambiance of the Art Deco–era New York Telephone Building. Originally designed in the 1920s by Ralph Thomas Walker, who was recognized in 1957 by The New York Times as the "Architect of the Century," the building was converted to apartments in 2014 by CetraRuddy with design work by Jarvis Studio and renamed Stella Tower (named after Mr. Walker’s late wife). The building has one of the city’s most breathtaking lobbies, and is located near many of the city’s most important addresses, including Central Park, the Lincoln Center, and Hudson Yards."
The duplex Manhattan penthouse in New York City is currently listed for $12,950,000 by Nic Gavin of Compass. Read more about the home via TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.
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