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$38.5 Million for a Paul Rudolph-Designed Lenox Hill Townhouse

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The Lenox Hill carriage house-turned-townhome that architect Paul Rudolph designed in 1966—owned in turns by '70s fashion designer Halston, Italian industrialist Gianni Agnelli, and a German photographer once married to Brigitte Bardot—just hit the market for a rather fabulous $38.5 million. The Wall Street Journal scooped the Corcoran listing with an inside look at the design history of 101 East 63rd Street, noting that it's the only complete Rudolph home in New York and remarkable for its "stark modernist space, a facade of exposed steel beams and dark glass with a white, multilevel interior."

· Jet-Setting to a Time Past [WSJ]
· Listing: 101 East 63rd Street [NYT]