By Hillary Latos Known for its lush rainforests, rugged mountains and golden sand beaches, St. Kitts is a small island with a storied past that offers an abundance of activities for the adventurous souls. Originally named after Christopher Columbus who discovered and claimed the saintly island in 1493 for Spain, eventually it was shortened to…
By Hillary Latos Though many countries claim to have first been discovered by Christopher Columbus, he is still credited with being the first European to have set foot on the golden shores of Costa Rica- hence earning its name that translates to “Rich Coast.” The adventurous spirit of explorers and adventure seekers still reverberates through…
By Hillary Latos Around every winter, I have a recurring dream of dipping my feet in warm sparkling aquamarine waters, lying on a white sandy beach, snorkeling with tropical fish, and then dining amongst the samba beats of the Caribbean – then I realize this is just a dream. Or is it possibly a yearning…
The Goring has been recognized one of London’s finest luxury hotels for over a century and the only family-owned Central London hospitality establishment in its third generation of management.
Kimberly Rockefeller, Cornelia Guest, Anne Hearst McInerney, Amanda Hearst, Patricia Hearst Shaw and her daughter Gillian Hearst Simonds hosted a reception for 400 at The National Arts Club to celebrate the opening of “Charles James: Beneath the Dress.” The exhibition included 100 fashion and erotic drawings by the legendary designer from the extraordinary collection of…
By FloAnthony On October 9, the New York Women’s Foundation held their annual Fall Gala “A Night At The Plaza,” in The Grand Ballroom of The Plaza Hotel in New York City. Comedian and actress Retta emceed the evening, which raised an unprecedented $871,000 dollars to help the organization award $5.5 million dollars to more…
By Christopher A. Pape
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“To the victor belongs the spoils,” or so the old adage goes. For Howard M. Lorber, chairman of Douglas Elliman, the largest residential real estate brokerage in the New York metropolitan area and the third largest real estate company in the United States, with more than 70 offices and 4,000 real estate agents, the saying might be better worded this way: “To the successful investor belongs the best real estate.” For on this small island of ours, perhaps no one better symbolizes the dynamic, red-hot property market of New York than Lorber.
From his sky-high office overlooking Central Park, and from his posh soon-to-be-completed apartment at 432 Park Avenue, Howard Lorber has a literally unobstructed view of all the trends of the New York real estate market. Further, it doesn’t hurt that he has also acquired a lifetime’s mastery of the art of discerning the desires of the buyer and seller, whether they be local or international clients.
As editor of Resident, I recently had a rare opportunity to sit down with Lorber in his office aerie for an intimate interview and photo shoot. To date, this was the most technically inclined interview I have had the pleasure of conducting. As I quickly learned, and as our readers will too, there was much to be learned from Lorber, one of today’s top titans of real estate.
By W. A. Muller
Good Gaming Inc., a subsidiary CMG Holdings Inc., announced the launch of www.good-gaming.com, an eLearning and social networking platform that empowers a new generation of eSports gamers to Game Better.
Good Gaming’s mission is simple: provide gamer’s with the tools, resources and networking framework they need to go from an aspiring amateur to eSports Champion.
By W. A. Muller
New Yorkers lead particularly demanding lifestyles. Long sedentary days spent in front of computer screens in badly positioned office chairs, cradling cell phones whilst hurrying to the subway, or carrying heavy handbags over one’s shoulder are all examples of things that can lead to poor posture, chronic body pain, low energy, and even long-term psychological damage.