For most people, living in New York City looks a lot like a windowless room subleted from a friend of a friend who inherited a rent-controlled apartment from their grandmother. For the moneyed few, however, residences come with butler service, private gyms, and, of course, million-dollar views of Central Park. Some of the most exclusive buildings in Manhattan have rejected celebrities and socialites, but now's your chance to take a look inside them.

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