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Midtown Manhattan is a forest of tall buildings that embodies the city's restless ambition to grow ever bigger and more powerful. But on E. 52nd Street, just off Fifth Avenue, is a surprising relic of a vanished era: a two-story cottage with a peaked roof, overshadowed by its neighbors but stubbornly holding its own.
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