This is the Smith tower. And its got a penthouse that you want to live in. Here's the family that lives in it. Everything's fine except getting in to the place is a bit of a little adventure:
To get to the penthouse apartment, the family rides up 35 stories past mostly vacant office suites, debarks next to an observation deck and a Chinese-themed banquet room, passes through a portal marked "private residence," and climbs two stories into the neo-Gothic pyramid.
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