The restaurant inspired by Parisian brasseries turned Manhattan’s Meatpacking District into one of the city’s hottest neighborhoods.
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Central Park, the Hudson River, and George Washington Bridge are also visible from the two-floor penthouse.
The three-bedroom unit is on the market for $8 million.
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This development boasts a rotating art exhibit on the main floor.
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