Robin Williams’ New York Roost

You can see all the way to Hollywood in Robin Williams' new rental at the Rushmore.

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The place was decorated by its owner, Mauro Pessi, head of Pirelli North America, and his wife Elena Fraccaro.

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Some funny looking chairs.

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A kitchen fit for Mrs. Doubtfire.

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Williams should have no problem cleaning up his act in this bathroom.

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POSH Stow and Go will provide members with toilets and showers cleaned after every use.
Though there will still be lots of toilet jokes.

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Love the pastel palette.

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This four bedroom's so big, it could have been plucked from the Hollywoof Hills.

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Furr-ocious!

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Roosting at the Rushmore on Riverside South.

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