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When the investment banker moved into one of Manhattan’s iconic Upper West Side prewar buildings, he was at the beginning of his collecting career. The three-bedroom co-op, which offered beautiful views of Central Park, was perfect for a recently divorced bachelor. But as he assembled one of the top collections of Hudson River School works, he wanted what every collector seeks: more space. So when the adjoining three-bedroom apartment became available, he jumped at the chance to buy it.

He called on interior designer Ellie Cullman and architect John B. Murray, the same team he had commissioned for the initial “gentle” move-in renovation in 1997, to create a unified 8,000-square-foot space to showcase his art and antiques.
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