Antonia Cedrone chose her 17th-floor apartment for its view. The one-bedroom in a doorman building in the East 30s was on the pricey side for Cedrone, who works as a psychologist for a nonprofit organization. But when she and her husband, Alan Leach, looked at the apartment two years ago, the vista won them over. Leach had a rare disease that made him physically unable to look down. Through the apartment's three big picture windows, he could look up... More >>>