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Once home to Harold Ross, the magazine editor who founded the New Yorker and said “If you can’t be funny, be interesting,” 412-14 West 47th Street offers the opportunity to live in a truly unique townhouse that is steeped in literary and cultural history. Located 150’ West of Ninth Avenue on a beautiful block, the property is a short walk from the Theatre District, Midtown and all the exciting culinary options found in the neighborhood.
The property is a 25’ wide, 4-story, three-family building that will be delivered vacant.

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Neighborhoods: Midtown West