The Hudson Valley is attracting elite power brokers from NYC
Since the colonial era, the Hudson Valley has lured Manhattan’s moneyed set north with the one thing there’s never enough of in the city: land. From the remnants of Dutch farm estates that once sprawled tens of thousands of acres to the idyllic riverside parcels favored by Gilded Age tycoons, ... More
Looking at the Park Avenue co-op gracing the cover of the just-published The New Formal: Interiors by James Aman, one might be forgiven for thinking that the interior designer has a particular knack for designing around impressive art collections. The pale parchment walls and the metallic leather chairs of the ... More
Montauk—with its wild dunes, walk-up hamburger joints and grainy seafood hovels—has long been the sleepier and slightly shabbier sister of nearby Southampton and East Hampton proper. But the decrees that govern New York City real estate also govern its summer havens, so what was once passé now cashes in on ... More
Five units—three with attaching doorways—owned by the actor atop the Art Deco Eastern Columbia building in DTLA are on the market together for just under $13 million, and are also available for purchase individually
For decades, developers have relied on posh-sounding addresses, starchitects and evocative building names to market their projects. Recently, however, some have opted for a more expedient route: teaming up with luxury brands.
Already a popular trend in the Middle East, the practice has made serious inroads lately in Miami, where pending ... More
In New York City, an apartment’s light and views are second only to its size and location. So it’s easy to see why developers have been so besotted by glass towers, offering as they do an efficient way to maximize both famously scarce resources.
But living in a glass box is ... More