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NYC in the Seventies; Carmelo Anthony Finally Buys a Condo

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1) New York City: Brooklyn-based photographer Paul McDonough shared 20 of his favorite pictures from the 1970s with us, providing insight into what makes a good street photographer. "Before it can be identified, let alone verbally accessed, you have your camera ready, and you're in position for when something happens—or not," he says. "Mainly it's a ritual of preparedness that you are primed for.

2) Midtown: Related Companies chief Stephen Ross allowed Architectural Digest inside his impressive Time Warner Center penthouse, with interiors by Tony Ingrao. Just a taste: "The entry, extravagantly inlaid with different kinds of stone, sets the tone for the residence, but the blend of exotic materials doesn't stop there."

3) West Chelsea: After years of visiting and not buying pricey New York City penthouses, New York Knick Carmelo Anthony has dropped $11 million on a condo in Cary Tamarkin's High Line-adjacent building. And he'll probably get to spend a lot of time there, since the rumor is he's going to sit the rest of the season.

4) Manhattan: Just in time for Valentine's Day, here's a map of all the locations that Audrey Hepburn's Holly Golightly visits in the classic rom-com Breakfast at Tiffany's.
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