College Tour

By Ann Grenier Thousands of new graduates from the nation’s leading universities flock to New York City every year with dreams of making it big and enjoying some of the best nightlife the city has to offer. Events planning company College Tour brings these talented young graduates together for alumni reunion parties at some of…

Homework

By Kate Bidinger Working from home is a wonderful thing, no doubt! Setting up a functional (and stylish) workspace is important to productivity in your home office. These furniture selections are classic shapes with updated materials like lucite and brass, coordinating all together or as individual pieces for you to update a space. DwellStudio  …

Life in Technicolor

By W.A. Muller The MissoniHome 2014 introductions, designed by Rosita Missoni, embody a new kind of energy, emblematic symbols and a variety of variables and patterns. Cool tones, smooth lines and linear graphics form a concrete counterbalance to eccentricity. The powerful impact of the textural materials and designs gives an energy and contagious vitality suitable…

On the High Line

By W.A. Muller In a time when anything from a custom sailboat to a couture ball gown can be leased, New York City’s high-end rental market has recently reached new heights in providing residents with the ability to lease the ultimate luxury lifestyle. Offering exceptional services, amenities, and most importantly, well-appointed residences, these tailored buildings…

500 Sterling Launches in Crown Heights

By W.A. Muller 500 Sterling is an extraordinary new rental development on the burgeoning border of Prospect Heights and Crown Heights – Brooklyn’s newest flourishing neighborhood. The seven-story, 77-home residential building generously pairs studios to two-bedrooms with modern design and custom touches. Developed by Adam America Real Estate and Horizon Group, 500 Sterling, which just…

Madison Square Park

By Linette Semino At the heart of what used to be a bustling commercial district, Madison Square Park is identified as the nexus of Downtown’s most dynamic neighborhoods – Flatiron, Gramercy, NoMad and Chelsea. Running from 23rd to 26th Street, it is where uptown meets downtown. The park formally opened in 1847 and in the…

Restaurant Roundup

By Hillary Latos

This month we wanted to celebrate the ethnic diversity and home cooked cuisine of the Big Apple’s melting pot. From home cooked Lebanese dishes to the flavorful Japanese Izakaya bites to contemporary Mexican to Portugese and Contemporary American, we are fortunate enough to have the flavors of the world at our doorstep. Whatever flavors you’re craving, New York has it all.