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Why This Attic Space Costs $40 Million

A New York City attic in a building from the 1930s could fetch $40 million at auction later this month. The space consists of the top three floors of the building with spectacular, unobstructed views of Central Park. Inside Edition’s Steven Fabian toured the space alongside the architect, Peter Pelsinki of SPAN Architecture. When completed, it’s expected to be one of the most spectacular apartments in the world. Incredibly, the attic had previously been used as storage.

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