By W.A. Muller n the heart of Manhattan’s bustling Midtown East, between the coveted Kips Bay neighborhood and the elegant Sutton Place area stands 241 East 52nd Street. This understated yet handsome four-story single family home is currently offered for sale for the first time in decades. And, it comes with a piece of its […]
By Kate Bidinger Photos by Max Gordon Follow these easy steps to make that apartment yours – before you even start really living in it!
Paint is over people! Well, not really, but Wallpaper is hot in design and there are so many stylish options available. Why is paper so popular all of the sudden? We are bored…we need to break up all of the grey and beige in which we have saturated our spaces. We want our homes to […]
By W.A. Muller Extell Development Company, one of New York City’s most active developers, brings a new level of refinement to waterfront living on Manhattan’s Upper West Side with its last and crowning achievement in luxury condominium development in Riverside South, One Riverside Park. Located at 50 Riverside Boulevard, the 34-story glass tower launched sales […]
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 […]
By W.A. Muller Located in the highly sought after residential neighborhood of Tribeca, a landmark building is currently being reimagined by world-renowned Japanese architect Shigeru Ban. The 1882 structure, now known as Cast Iron House, sits at 67 Franklin Street and offers 13 duplex residences custom designed by the 2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize winner.
By Karen Loftus Disney’s Golden Oak Resort Makes Living with Mickey More Than a Possibility – It’s a Smart Investment. Many see Disney as a once in lifetime vacation. Others see Mickey as a member of the family and Disney as an extension of their residence.
By W.A. Muller Palm Beach Gardens is known as one of the most exclusive communities in Florida and one might argue, the United States. With its access to prime beachfront, array of fine dining establishments and premier golfing options, the destination is a playground for the rich and influential. Yet there is one development that […]
By Linette Semino NoHo’s Bond Street, stretching from Broadway to The Bowery, might be Lower Manhattan’s most fascinating street. It’s quiet, paved with cobblestones, and home to breathtaking architecture. Less than a decade ago, Bond Street was an insignificant side street. How things have changed. Today, Bond Street is best known for its modern and […]
By Peter Elston For nearly 40 years, Madison Equities has been a leader in the real estate development industry in New York City. Known as a creative and innovative builder, over the years Madison Equities has created buildings with unique characteristics in both format and design. Many of the company’s buildings are highly celebrated for […]
By W.A. Muller Madison Equities is a real estate development company respected for its creativity and commitment to innovation through design and forward thinking. Founded by Kenneth and Lucille Gladstone in the mid-1960s, the company is known for its development of high end residential, office, hotel, and mixed-use properties in Manhattan. In its second generation […]
By Isaiah Negron It is said that when living in New York City, you are always looking for either a job, a partner or a place to live. Though the first two can be more elusive to even the savviest New Yorkers, finding a home you love can not only be easy, but it can […]
By Linette Semino Since the High Line opened in 2009, many real estate buyers have focused their hunt on “West Chelsea,” which is bounded by West 14th Street to West 30th and Ninth Avenue to the Hudson River. In a city desperate for more open spaces, nature loving New Yorkers are thankful to have this […]
By Isaiah Negron Christmas is a time for family, friends, fun and food. While the idea of planning a holiday party may seem daunting at first, a festive Christmas table can actually be assembled with great ease. Lenox, America’s foremost tabletop and giftware brand, along with their entertaining expert Andrea Correale, have teamed up to […]
By Kate Bidinger It snuck up on us again this year, and somehow we were all surprised. Winter…the holidays. It’s time to embrace it, but you don’t have to turn your space into a winter wonderland. A few new accessories will ease us into the seasonal change. Shop online or in these local stores for […]
By Isaiah Negron For the first time since 1888, Thanksgiving and the Jewish tradition of Hanukkah will share the same date, November 25, 2013. This will not happen again for another 79,000 years. Thanksgiving, first named a United States holiday in 1863, and Hanukkah, dating back to 165 BC Jerusalem, are two unique celebrations representing […]
By Linette Semino When did all-white kitchens become so trendy in Manhattan? Classic ivory and white color schemes are always in style, especially when it comes to kitchens. In recent years, cozy and warm multiple-color kitchens became old-fashioned and sleek all-white kitchens in vogue. In Manhattan a white kitchen is ultra-glamorous and I see minimalistic […]
By Tamara Magel This living space was designed with two thoughts in mind, to juxtapose various hues of black and white without it being so literal and to create depth. The wall-unit created exclusively in the Tamara Magel furniture shop is a bleached oak that keeps an airy, open space in this sun-filled room. For […]
By Christopher A. Pape The Stack has finished stacking. After a short delay, New York City’s first modular apartment building has finally taken shape as the last of the modules were delivered to the construction site in Inwood, New York.
By Linette Semino To some, East End Avenue in Yorkville seems as far away as Montauk, but to its residents it’s a haven for serene city living away from the pulsating heart of Manhattan. This short avenue is perfectly squeezed between York and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive and between East 79th and East 92nd […]
This dining room was designed for a modern, yet rustic Hampton’s house on the beach. As the client’s primary residence, I aimed to combine the chic sophistication of year-round living along with natural elements of the surrounding beach and farmland.
By Linette Semino Central Park’s real estate dominance is known worldwide; the neighborhoods surrounding this legendary park supply luxurious residential properties with price tags surpassing the $20 million mark. Today, a trophy penthouse on Fifth Avenue is on the market for an astonishing $125 million. These high-priced trophy residences are fixtures in the luxury real […]
By Isaiah Negron Entrepreneur and finance wunderkind Fahad Ghaffar is reaching new heights by creating an empire of private yet affordable luxury properties. After graduating from the University of Virginia in 2005 with a degree in finance, Ghaffar took a job in investment banking. As he built solid relationships with important players in the financial […]
By Anna Ryan Co-starring in the Bravo television series, Million Dollar Listing, 26-year-old Luis D. Ortiz truly climbed the ladder of success when he got into the business of real estate. While real estate may not have been his first passion, Luis demonstrates that there may be something better out there to fall in love […]