Take a juicy bite out of the big wet apple, with Curbed NY...
1) Upper West Side: There isn't an animal alive, uh, dead, that isn't in this apartment on Central Park West. Pretty much every square inch of wall and floor space at this two-bedroom is covered in taxidermy. The listing photos are digitally altered to show what the pad would look like without all the stuffed deer, birds, and bears, and flicking back and forth between the two sets is downright hilarious.
2) All Over Manhattan: The most expensive home for sale in New York City right now is a three-apartment combo at the Ritz-Carlton asking $118.5 million. Here are the nine most insanely priced properties in town, from an Upper East Side mansion with a private theater to two penthouses at the Western Hemisphere's soon-to-be-tallest skyscraper, 432 Park Avenue.
3) Midtown: New diagrams for Extell's Nordstrom Tower on 57th Street show a height of 1,479 feet, which would make it the tallest residential building in the world. With its spire, it would hit a whopping 1,775, just a foot shy of One World Center's symbolic pinnacle.
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