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Full-Floor Residences Only: Upper East Side’s the Charles Sets Luxury Development Trend

A four bedroom, four bathroom, full floor residence at The Charles at 1355 First Avenue, between 72nd AND 73rd streets, on the Upper East Side. Asking prices for the five remaining full-floor homes in the 31-story building start at $6,583,500. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)
A four bedroom, four bathroom, full floor residence at The Charles at 1355 First Avenue, between 72nd AND 73rd streets, on the Upper East Side. Asking prices for the five remaining full-floor homes in the 31-story building start at $6,583,500. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

NEW YORK—Gracious four-bedroom, four-bathroom residences with opulent living areas, floor-to-ceiling windows, exquisite finishes and hardware, and panoramic city views are among the hallmarks of elegance...


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