Four Ultra-Luxurious New York Listings With Private Pools
Communal pools are not all that uncommon in New York’s most luxurious residential buildings, but private pools are still few and far between. Here are four residences that offer this splashy summertime perk—from a $13.75 million duplex to a $50 million penthouse.
An Aesthete's Guide to the Upper East Side
One of the most storied neighborhoods in New York City, the Upper East Side is marked by grand architecture as well as world-class organizations and destinations. You’ll find stately and historic co-ops, sleek new luxury condos, exclusive boutiques, top-notch restaurants, and much more. Treasured cultural institutions, plus some of the city’s most exclusive private schools, all call the neighborhood home.
The Coveted Corner Unit, Now With Curves
Thanks to abundant windows and fewer shared walls, the corner unit has long been coveted among city dwellers. But lately, the trend has taken a different shape in new condominium developments: one where the corners have become soft, rounded edges.
Block & Lot: An Upper East Side Street With Carnegie Pedigree
The modern history of Block 1553—between Fifth and Madison Avenues, and 90th and 91st Streets—begins with a daring decision by one of New York’s wealthiest families.
Nine Condo Conversions That Bring History to Life
Every home tells a story, and nowhere is that more true than in developments that give new life to historic landmarks. It’s possible to own a piece of history in these one-of-a-kind properties, where everything old is new again.
Passive House Construction Makes Inroads In New Developments
The set of green building standards have started to find their way into condominium developments around the country, drawing buyers eager to minimize their ecological footprint and live in healthier environments.
Dumbo and the 'Rediscovery Of the American Downtown’
In his new book from Rizzoli, the architecture critic Paul Goldberger outlines Dumbo's reinvention from 1700s village to industrial waterfront to one of Brooklyn’s priciest residential neighborhoods.
In New Developments, Art Deco Gets a Modern-Day Spin
No aesthetic marries opulence with streamlined detail quite like Art Deco. The movement that flourished more than once last century is proving its staying power again.
As the first supertall skyscraper on the stretch of Midtown Manhattan known as Billionaires’ Row, One57 rises over 1,000 feet, making it one of the tallest residential towers in New York.
Midtown, New York
181 Fremont is easily one of the Bay Area’s most impressive buildings. For starters, the 802-foot tower by Heller Manus is very tall. It’s the tallest residential development on the West Coast and third-tallest building of any kind in San Francisco.
SoMa, San Francisco
One57 Hits 90% Sold; 15 Central Park West Penthouse Sells
And a major redevelopment in San Francisco launches sales.
What $2,000/Square Foot Will Buy in Miami’s Bal Harbour
Here’s a look at what $2,000 per square foot will buy in three of Bal Harbour’s most exclusive oceanfront developments.
Artist Tony Sjoman’s New Mural at The Centrale Evokes New York’s Cityscape
Tony Sjöman’s favorite New York City building may be the Chrysler Building, but that doesn’t mean he dislikes the glassy contemporary structures of the 21st century. In fact, it’s the opposite. The dichotomy between old and new New York inspired Sjöman’s most recent mural at The Centrale.