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    Default A high-rise in New York

    Location: Midtown
    Size: 2400 sqft. 3bdrm rental














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    Great views! I'd take it in a heartbeat!

    Might have to get rid of some of the furniture, though.

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    The views are stunning. They almost make up for the furnishings and what's with the pics of old men blowing their noses?
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    ^^I swear it looks like Henry Kissinger!

    The floors, the views-awesome. Some of the furniture would have to go, and def the art work.

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    nice views. though to be honest if i could afford a place like this in new york, i'd go somewhere other than midtown.

    some of the furniture is nice, some of it (like the dining room chairs) must die.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasha View Post
    ^^I swear it looks like Henry Kissinger!

    The floors, the views-awesome. Some of the furniture would have to go, and def the art work.
    It IS Henry Kissinger, LOL. I don't like living up that high. I always think
    of how it would suck having to go down the stairs in case of an emergency
    like a fire - when you can't use the elevators. And I'd rather have nature
    as a view than other concrete and glass towers. But I know some people
    get a kick out of that kind of stuff. And do all who live in high rises have
    telescopes to peep into other apartments?
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    I will take:

    the mid century retro chairs

    the green area rug

    the table thing behind the sofa

    the apartment itself

    the rest can go.
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    I like the view, the green area rug and the oil painting in the bedroom, everything else can go
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    So, this is a rental. Anyone have any idea what the montly would be on a place like this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    nice views. though to be honest if i could afford a place like this in new york, i'd go somewhere other than midtown.

    some of the furniture is nice, some of it (like the dining room chairs) must die.
    Those chairs are horrid! And that chandelier is totally wrong for the space. The views are nice though.

    Sasha, I thought it was Kissinger too! I really think it is him.

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    I like the dove grey room with the telescope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Str8_uncut-jock View Post
    So, this is a rental. Anyone have any idea what the montly would be on a place like this?
    I did a quick google search because I was curious too, and it seems to go for around 11k a month. If I had that kind of money, I think I'd live in a different part of Manhattan, but that's just me.

    I like most of the apartment, especially the red walls in the bathroom. One thing I'd definitely get rid of are the thin brown chairs in the living room.
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    Since when is Henry Kissinger digging in his orifices considered art?

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