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Herzog & de Meuron Tower Hits Market; John Mack Sells

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The word from our outpost in that big city up there, Curbed NY...

1) Tribeca: The long-stalled Herzog & de Meuron-designed tower at 56 Leonard Street dusted itself off back in October and the multi-million dollar listings hit the market this week. Units in the Jenga-like building start at $3.625 million for a 2BR, and currently the priciest pick is a $24 million penthouse. Click through for floorplan porn and renderings.

2) Lenox Hill: Former Morgan Stanley CEO John Mack is selling his 4BR/5.5BA condo in the Leonori for $22.5 million. The place was "completely renovated in the spirit of the Dorchester in London," which evidently means a lot of floral prints and striped wallpaper.

3) Chelsea:his 2BR/2BA condo with a terrace up for rent. It's $8,900 a month, and it comes fully furnished with some swanky decor.

4) Upper East Side: The 15th floor of 995 Fifth Avenue has been pushed onto the market for a cool $32 million. The seller is Willis Group Holdings CEO Joseph Plumeri, and the sprawling 8,360-square-foot condop features a 42-foot-long living room, a custom "wine cave," and a master suite with his and her everything.
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