The architecturally noteworthy new condominium at 71 Laight Street in Tribeca was designed by Morris Adjmi
Once considered a cheap space for starving artists, the loft has reinvented itself as a sophisticated, spacious dwelling descriptive of the celebrated—and sought-after—New York experience.
The maisonette, with its own first floor entrance, much coveted privacy and Park Avenue elegance also offers some quiet in the noisy life of the city.
At the intersection of culture and real estate luxury, a hot spot for sophisticated custom spaces with all the comforts of home
Life in the open air is a luxury available in these elegant Manhattan apartment homes
For a permanent home or a pied-à-terre, elegant residences overlooking New York’s treasured Central Park make for fine city living.
The president/CEO of the nation’s fourth largest real estate company and New York’s largest residential brokerage firm dishes about up-and-coming neighborhoods in the city, new trends to watch for, and one thing she’d like to change about the Manhattan market.
Project Runway will once again highlight Atlas New York, the upscale, modern rental building in the heart of the Garment District that has become an iconic landmark for the show, much like The New School or Mood Fabrics.
With all the space of a home outside the city, these Manhattan residences offer unparalleled elegance and privacy and, of course, lush garden escapes.
For international or New York-based buyers, life in these legendary buildings is elegant and pampering—just like staying in a fine hotel.
The NYC choice: Luxury living and vintage sophistication or modern conveniences and flexible designs.
123 Third, the signature residential development in East Union Square, is nearly sold-out after 90 percent of the 47-unit condominium closed at breakneck speed. The remaining units are a quartet of exquisite penthouses perched above one of Manhattan’s most sought-after neighborhoods.
From 82nd to 105th, it’s luxury living amid nine of the city’s most remarkable cultural institutions.
Dwell in the lap of luxury and take a front-row seat at the world's finest cultural institution.
Stunning residences along New York City's biggest park strike the perfect balance between a bustling and bucolic lifestyle.
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In a city with limited outdoor space, an alfresco lifestyle demands the right amenities. These properties are well equipped for luxury in the sun.
See what the biggest names in New York City architecture have recently added to the horizon.
"Manhattan is a very international city," says Daniel Hedaya, executive vice president of Platinum Properties, a boutique real estate brokerage and management company based in downtown Manhattan that also has a satellite office in Paris.
Softer prices and a more stable market are providing smart investment opportunities for those who know where to look.
Opulent outdoor spaces are treasured amenities at these stunning New York residences.
Private terraces, gourmet kitchens, washer/dryers and a spectacular view from the rooftop garden.
The restoration of an historic mansion at 436 West 20th Street -- a 10,000-square-foot West Chelsea property converted into five individual, impeccably appointed rental units -- is nearing completion after 20 months.
With the High Line open and a boom of new developments, Chelsea remains an artsy neighborhood true to its industrial past.
Manhattan House, the iconic luxury residential condominium on Manhattan's Upper East Side, has been impeccably re-engineered to combine its modernist heritage with the quintessential elements of contemporary living.
Ideally located in New York City’s historic Greenwich Village, Devonshire House, an architecturally distinctive pre-war building at 28 East 10th Street, has been transformed into a one-of-a-kind condominium development.
Quiet,urbane and rich in history, this prime area of the city offers a lovely lifestyle.