Howard Morrel Team | Halston’s Famous Home
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Halston’s Famous Home

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We're visiting one of the very few New York homes that were designed by the influential modernist architect Paul Rudolph. 101 East 63rd Street later became the home of iconic fashion designer Halston whose decadent star-studded parties were among the city's most envied invites, a place to both start and end a night at Studio 54. It's that rare place that is significant both architecturally and socially to the history of New York.
As for amenities, the building boasts 24-hour concierge service, a private parking garage, fitness center, squash court, landscaped garden, and more.