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There’s been an influx of cloud-piercing New York City towers over the past 10 years, each staking its claim to Manhattan’s increasingly crowded skyline. One standout is the 1,050-foot-high 53 West 53, a Museum of Modern Art neighbor developed by Pontiac Land Group and Hines and executed by the Paris-based Pritzker Prize–winning architect Jean Nouvel. Its distinct diagrid facade—an exposed structural system

When film, television, and theater actor Lois Robbins and her husband, financier Andrew Zaro, first moved into their brand-new Central Park–adjacent apartment, their dream pad was still somewhat of a hazy vision. The couple lived in the home for a time as it was, just to get a sense of the space. “I think it’s really great when you can live somewhere before