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Arthur Sulzberger Jr. Purchases Upper West Side Penthouse for $3.9 Million

Arthur Sulzberger Jr., Publisher of The New York Times, has purchased a three-bedroom penthouse on the corner of 71st and Broadway for $3.9 million. The building is called The Dorilton, and if you Google pictures of it, you’ll see why Sulzberger considered it a worthy place to live.

The New York Observer has some more details:

The pinched penthouse has a modern feel with an unusual 25-foot pyramidal skylight that lights up at night and has more of a David Pogue feel to it. There is also a huge terrace almost as big as the six-room spread.

The moral of the story is that if you’re rich, you get to live in castles.

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