Owing to a partnership between Macklowe and designer Kelly Behun, plebes are getting a glimpse into the 1,224-foot-high penthouse of 432 Park Avenue. On top of that, everything in the apartment, from furnishings to art, is for sale.
Dozens of you were eager to share opinions on the city's ugliest buildings, with nominees ranging from modern supertalls to the quotidian architecture found in outer-borough neighborhoods. Here are 15 of the clear winners.
These represent sales that closed between January and June of 2016, so expect things to change by the end of the year—who knows, maybe that $120 million Upper East Side co-op will find a buyer after all.