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Even More Centennials

Since we published our map of 13 New York City buildings that turn 100 this year, we've received tips about two other structures celebrating a century of not getting torn town. Yay! Plus, you can live in these. First up, the 14-story 11 East 68th Street (pictured), which was built in 1913 but sits on the site of an older, now-demolished private mansion that belonged to one of the founders of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. (HFZ Capital is currently converting 11 East 68th into condos.) Then there's another Upper East Side oldie, 150 East 72nd Street, which went up 100 years ago. Condos are currently on the market after the building was completely revamped by Macklowe, the same developer behind 432 Park Ave. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]

150 East 72nd Street

150 East 72nd Street, New York, NY 10021