NYC’s zany, contentious penthouse additions: PHOTOS

From left: 226 East 71st Street, 295 Lafayette Street and 390 West End Avenue
From left: 226 East 71st Street, 295 Lafayette Street and 390 West End Avenue

Space is a notoriously hot commodity in New York City, as are top-tier penthouse homes. But that doesn’t mean developers need to construct an entirely new building to accommodate the city’s highest-rolling buyers. Sometimes, a little space on top of an existing building is all that’s needed. But the process isn’t always, or hardly ever, a smooth one. See the photos after the jump.

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