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By Lauren Hill | January 7 2019
Prominent New York firm Robert AM Stern Architects led the restoration of this landmarked building on the Upper West Side, fusing the charm of its 1908 structure
with immaculate modern interiors. Make yourself at home in the five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom Residence 1012, a 3,949-sq-ft space that feels even larger with 10-ft-high ceilings, oversized mahogany framed windows and both north and south exposures. White oak floors with chevron patterns flow throughout, from the grand entry foyer and gallery to the Calacatta Gold marble eat-in kitchen. The master suite has two walk-in closets, a spa-like master bathroom with heated floors and a view over the Belnord’s courtyard. The courtyard is one of the great triumphs of the restoration; behind gilded wrought-iron gates and a vaulted entrance decorated with frescoes, you’ll find a sanctuary of flowers, trees and lush greenery.