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$6,200,000 for a Contemporary Philadelphia Coop



    Latimer House is a three-story steel-and-glass landmark Philadelphia home. Situated on a corner in the city's Washington Square neighborhood, the home's unassuming exterior is its best ruse: Architect-designed in the modernist tradition, over 5,000 square feet of space gives way to full-floor staircases, soaring ceilings and cavernous spaces. Cool in its steel-cased angularity, this home retains its warmth from the sun, let in by ample windows and skylights, including a glass rooftop atrium. A contemporary stunner. View the property.

    Inside Vladimir Kagan's Carnegie Hill Home

    [OPEN HOUSE VID] Inside Vladimir Kagan's Carnegie Hill Home
    Jessica Kagan Cushman, daughter of renowned furniture designer Vladimir Kagan and embroidery/needlework designer, Erica Wilson, gives a tour of the home where she grew up. Located in one of Manhattan's historic and pre-war co-op buildings, this Carnegie Hill home is full of modern furniture and abstract designs by her parents and is on the market for $7,750,000.
    (Published Monday, Sept. 27, 2010)