This elegant-yet-demure Georgian-style building with some hints of Art Deco was, for many years, home to publisher Conde Nast, who hosted legendary parties in its custom-designed penthouse high above the Upper East Side. Another unique detail: The 1925 building's three-story limestone base is topped by a tortoise-and-hare frieze that has been adopted by the American Association for the Advancement and Appreciation of Animals in Art & Architecture. The 14-floor co-op residence offers a full-time doorman, central air conditioning and a fitness center. Its prime Carnegie Hill location is near the Metropolitan Museum of Art and other museums as well as the restaurants, boutiques and art galleries of Madison Avenue and everything the Upper East Side has to offer.
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