The Clarence True Residence
Clarence F. True moved to Manhattan in 1890 and took an office in the same building as noted developer Charles G. Judson, who promptly hired True and kept him very busy for several decades. True's style of architecture was described at the time as "Elizabethan Renaissance." William Van Alen, architect of The Chrysler Building, trained in True's office.... [more]
Price History & Unit Information
|02/08/2011||Listed by Brown Harris Stevens||$20,000,000|
|09/17/2011||Price decreased by 15%||↓ $17,000,000|
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