Where Relaxation Amenities Go Beyond the Norm
As summer winds down and New Yorkers return to work and school, it’s harder to escape the city for greener pastures, making an at-home outdoor respite even more essential. Here are five penthouses that offer premium outdoor real estate fit for fall dinner parties, al fresco movie nights, and so much more.
ASH NYC Brings Luxurious-Yet-Livable Interiors to The Leyton’s Sky-High Model Residence
Believing that any space, including even the grandest, can benefit from great design, ASH Staging (a division of AD100 firm ASH NYC) is increasingly called upon by developers to unlock a space’s full potential before its sale by equipping it with an elevated and site-specific mix of furniture and accessories.
Behind the Rarefied Real Estate of Billionaire’s Row
New York’s Billionaires Row is a proving ground for how luxury real estate can reach new heights. These towers—some of the tallest residential buildings in the world—contain magnificent homes as architecturally lofty as the air at 1,000 feet. What does it mean to live at the pinnacle of high-end living in the 21st century? These seven buildings all answer this question in their own creative way.
How Gaggenau Became the Favored Appliance of the Upper Echelons
Kitchen trends come and go, but workhorse appliances with timeless aesthetics never go out of style. That’s why Gaggenau, the German appliance brand founded nearly three and a half centuries ago, in 1683, has risen to the top as the go-to for discerning developers and designers of luxury condominiums from New York to Hong Kong. But Gaggenau’s cachet goes beyond its historical roots. Here’s how it remains on top.
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.