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GTIS Partners (Real Estate - North America)

2022 Real Estate Top 150 ranking: 149

The Upper West Side’s oldest buildings are posh once more

When the Gilded Age began in the 1870s, New York City was on the cusp of a new era. There were no subways, people still drove horse-drawn carriages, the Upper West Side was farmland — and modern apartments didn’t yet exist.

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