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Upper East Side, New York City 110 Le Upper East Side en New York. Je voudrais habiter en New York City un jour. Upper East Side, Appartement New York, Ville New York, A New York Minute, Empire State Of Mind, I Love Nyc, Second Empire, Concrete Jungle, City Living

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Upper East Side, New York City. View more of my photography at my website NY Through The Lens. To purchase any of my work as prints or cards, view my site gallery and store for info here. To use any of my photos commercially, simply click the link which reads "Request to license Vivienne Gucwa's photos via Getty Images". This link can be found on the bottom right corner of the page of the photo you are interested in using.

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Prentiss House, Upper West Side

Frederick & Lydia Prentiss House Beaux-Arts Townhouse (1899–1901) Architect: C.P.H. Gilbert 1 Riverside Dr. Upper West Side, New York Home of woolen manufacturer Frederick C. Prentiss (1843–1911), his wife, the former Lydia Smith Floyd (1847–1932), and their daughter, Lydia F. Prentiss (1871–1955) Converted to the Islamic Center of New York (1957) © Matthew X. Kiernan NYBAI11-6544

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54 E 81st St, New York, NY 10028 - realtor.com®

stunning central Archimedean spiral staircase | View 18 photos of this 6 bed, 10 bath, 2,043 Sq. Ft. townhomes at 54 E 81st St, New York, NY 10028 on sale now for $22,995,000.

The Upper East Side six-level townhouse, which features six bedrooms, 14 bathrooms and Central Park views, was purchased in 2007 by real estate developer Keith Rubenstein and his wife Inga. New York Townhouse, Manhattan, Casa Hotel, Zen Rock Garden, Lenox Hill, Leather Wall, Modern Mansion, Second Empire, Upper East Side

Manhattan townhouse with Hermes leather WALLS listed for $84.5million

The Upper East Side six-level townhouse, which features six bedrooms, 14 bathrooms and Central Park views, was purchased in 2007 by real estate developer Keith Rubenstein and his wife Inga.

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NYC - UES: American Irish Historical Society

Founded in 1897 in Boston by 50 American Irishmen determined to combat nativist prejudices and distortions, the Society later moved to New York, where in 1940 it acquired its present Beaux-Arts townhouse. Among the founding members was Theodore Roosevelt, who descended through his mother from the Barnwells of Dublin. Early members included the tenor John McCormack, famed orator Bourke Cockran, and the Fenian John Devoy. A chief aim of the Society was adopted as a motto for it's seal: That…

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NYC - UES: The Duke House

1009 Fifth Avenue, also known as the Duke House, or originally the Benjamin N. and Sarah Duke House, is red-brick French classical Neo-Classical building with large curved bays on its avenue and sidestreet frontages topped by balustrated balconies, a very handsome rusticated limestone one-story base, limestone quoins, a handsome fenced moat, and a delightful mansard roof capped with finials that were replaced in 1985 when the building was renovated and subdivided into apartments. Designed by…

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Upper East Side, New York City. View more of my photography at my website NY Through The Lens. To purchase any of my work as prints or cards, view my site gallery and store for info here. To use any of my photos commercially, simply click the link which reads "Request to license Vivienne Gucwa's photos via Getty Images". This link can be found on the bottom right corner of the page of the photo you are interested in using.

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Manhattan’s Last Gilded Age Mansion Lists for $50M - Cottages & Gardens

The 9-level 20,000-square-foot home has been impeccably preserved.

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332 Riverside Road

Riverside - West 105th Street Historic District, Upper West Side, Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States The Riverside - West 105th Street Historic District lies within the English patent granted by Governor Nicolls in 1667-68 to City Alderman Isaac Bedlow. Until its urbanization at the end of the 19th century, the Upper West Side of Manhattan was referred to as "Bloomingdale." The name derives from the Dutch settlers who called the area Bloemendael in fond recollection of a…

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Upper East Side, New York City. View more of my photography at my website NY Through The Lens. To purchase any of my work as prints or cards, view my site gallery and store for info here. To use any of my photos commercially, simply click the link which reads "Request to license Vivienne Gucwa's photos via Getty Images". This link can be found on the bottom right corner of the page of the photo you are interested in using.

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The James Cox Brady Mansion - No. 10 East 76th Street

In 1881 construction began on a row of ten four-story brownstone-fronted houses on East 76th Street off Central Park. Stretching from No. 10 through 28, they were designed by architect John G. Prague for speculative developer William Noble. Completed a year later, they reflected the high-tone flavor of the neighborhood where already the mansions of Manhattan’s wealthiest citizens were rising along nearby Fifth Avenue. By the early 1890s No. 10 would be home to the Charles Cleveland Dodge…