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One of the very few grand courtyard apartment buildings left in Manhattan and the only one still standing on Park Avenue.
The spectacular Baroque-revival-style Police Building at 240 Centre Street was designed in 1909 to be the headquarters of the city's police department
This 52-story multi-colored glass condominium and rental tower was created in 1985 as part of a major expansion of the MOMA.
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