Douglas Elliman & The NAthaniel

By W. A. Muller Douglas Elliman Development Marketing hosted a special broker exclusive rooftop party at The Nathaniel, a luxurious new rental development at 138 East 12th Street that recently celebrated its first move-ins. Douglas Elliman’s team, which is exclusively handling the marketing and leasing for the project, offered tours of the building’s recently finished…

Talking Real Estate with J/R Luxe

By W.A. Muller Jennifer Roberts and Randi Fisher of J/R Luxe, Manhattan’s newest brokerage team, answer our burning questions about hunting for the perfect Manhattan apartment, the hottest amenities in new developments and where to find that perfect four-bedroom apartment. What’s hot in the new development sector of the market? What is new and noteworthy…

The Haute Two Ten West 77th Street

By W.A. Muller In the heart of Manhattan’s picturesque and sought-after Upper West Side, Two Ten West 77 is an 18-story condominium building with 25 luxury residences, designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen and inspired by natural materials and Danish modernism. The new building is situated near Central Park and cultural icons including the American Museum of…

325 LEX – RESIDENT MAGAZINE

By W.A. Muller In the heart of Manhattan, amongst New York City’s most iconic structures, developer Carmel Partners has delivered a condominium building that is meeting the city’s extreme demand for smartly-planned residences. Rising 31 stories with a shimmering glass façade, 325 LEX features 125 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom residences designed to maximize light, air, and views…

The Next Williamsburg?

By Linette Semino  It seems that Long Island City’s well-publicized real estate boom is just beginning, but residential buildings began popping up more than a decade ago. “Once upon a time, Long Island City was a hotbed of industry, but over the last decade, it’s become a hotbed for residential development thanks to a 2001…

Form & Function

By Kate Bidinger We often have to make sacrifices when it comes to city living: bodega over Whole Foods madness, flats over fabulous heels (or rather, a larger purse to fit the heels), coffee cart over Starbucks line. Yes, life is tough, but when it comes to your home it doesn’t have to be. Here’s…

Timeless Design at 53 Greene Street

By W.A. Muller
Located in the heart of New York’s highly desirable SoHo Cast Iron Historic District neighborhood, the well situated 53 Greene is a stunning landmarked property steeped with timeless architectural splendor. The classic landmarked Beaux-Arts exterior of the six-story property faces a picturesque street, and retains the neighborhood’s unique charms with one of the few original granite cobblestone surfaces in the city.120