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“Candela” has become shorthand for a particular type of New York City architecture: classic, vintage, sprawling, exclusive. “Modern” is not typically on the Rosario Candela checklist, which is what makes this condominium at the iconic architect’s 44 East 67th Street unique. The tenth-floor apartment has been re-envisioned by Robyn Karp Interiors, adding a contemporary feel (and new oversized windows) to Candela hallmarks like a rotunda gallery that connects the rest of the rooms. Finding a home in move-in condition in a Candela building is a rarity at this price point, especially just off Fifth Avenue. And in the old world of Candela, even two-bedroom apartments have foyers and service entrances. Check out the floor plan below.