At Empire State, a squatter on the 40th floor

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Daniel K. Perlman had the quietest, cheapest and strangest office in New York City. It was quiet because he had a deserted six-room suite to himself; cheap because he paid zero in rent; and strange because he had all of this on the 40th floor of one of the most famous skyscrapers in the world.

For about seven months, he was a squatter at the Empire State Building.

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