Manhattan Triplex Asking Astronomical $100M

Manhattan Triplex Asking Astronomical $100M

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Tara Bellucci
Jul 30, 2012
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)

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