Iconic buildings with a luxurious lifestyle

While you may not believe in ghosts, you’ve probably felt the aura of the thousands of people who have walked before you when you enter a historic building.

Whether it’s an office building where Winston Churchill fought to save England during World War II, a Beaux Arts school on New York City’s Upper West Side, a 1920s Park Slope, Brooklyn, dot a social gathering spot or an iconic 1960s modernist tower, buyers are drawn to the unique architecture and stories that come from living in a landmark transformed into a luxury residence.

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