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History Lessons: 160 East 72nd

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The Times did a piece on the history of 160 East 72nd street, a "great sleeper building" on the Upper East Side comparable to its peers with fancier addresses slightly westward. Back in the day the apartments in this building ranged in price from $14,000-$51,000 and the family that built it occupied the top three floors which included "a single-height living room on the left, which was 17 feet by 32, and a double-height music room on the right, 32 by 22, running across the front." [NYT]