The fashion director of Lanvin, Alber Elbaz, just signed a contract to purchase his first pied-à-terre in the city. And the choice? Nonetheless the infamous Apthorp. For over a century, The Apthorp has been a celebrated yet serene enclave in the heart of New York’s Upper West Side. Conceived in 1908 as the largest, most ambitious apartment house ever built, each of its apartments were unique designs, created with the kind of craftsmanship that today cannot be purchased for any price. Click here for the full article on the New York Times’ Big Deal Column
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