For just $33M, you can live in luxury on the site of a deadly gas explosion

A new townhouse that was built following a deadly gas explosion on the Upper East Side  has hit the market for $32.5 million. The home, located in the neighborhood’s historic district at 34 East 62nd Street between Madison and Park avenues, was built following a gas explosion in 2006 that killed 66-year-old Nicholas Bartha, an internist who lived in the building, according to the Wall Street Journal. The Landmarks Preservation Committee approved design plans for […]

Source: Real Estate

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