There's no arguing that New York real estate is pricey, but this 8,000 square foot triplex penthouse in Midtown is currently listed at a whopping $100 million. Sure, it's got stunning views, but the fixtures are so firmly ensconced in the mid 90s that they'll be hard-pressed to find someone to cough up 9 figures.
In other news, public art gets an Olympic boost in London's East End, and the MoMA opens an exhibit on 20th century design for children. See the headlines after the jump.
• Triplex Manhattan Penthouse Asks Mind-Numbing $100M | Curbed
• MoMA's Century of the Child | Artnet
• Frieze finds new frame | Financial Times
(Image: via Curbed)