Window on the Park: New York's Most Prestigious Properties on Central Park
This book contains New York City's architecture from the eighteenth century to the twenty one. 'Window on the Park' is a compendium of architecturally distinguished buildings that line Central Park. The author D. Fitzgerald shares her access into some urban residences in the world. This book aims to be a coffee-table book for those who appreciates New York City's architecture, a wealth of inside information for those who may seek to dwell there, a default history of some New Yorkers who have lived or live there now.
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