Window on the Park: New York's Most Prestigious Properties on Central Park

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Images Publishing, 2008 - Architecture - 256 pages
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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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Fifth Avenue 40 25 80 Columbus Circle Time Warner 1 62
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Fifth Avenue 60 41 Central Park West and 1 West 64th Street Harperley Hall 1
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Central Park West
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Fifth Avenue 90 The NewYork Historical Society
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Fifth Avenue 110
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Fifth Avenue 120
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A novelist and artitist, Fitzgerald is noted for realist historical adventures, well researched and brought up to date with what we know know about the past...or what we thought we knew. His historical adaptations are thrilling and exciting, and question many beliefs that are tenuous at best, and opens the mind to accepting an alternative understanding of what is real and what is opinion. A English student and historian, Fitzgerald also creates striking artwork that has gained a respectable reputation for color and design. www.saachionline.com/artidan is his on line art store.

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