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A new class of luxury condominiums is climbing skyward. These buildings are reshaping our skylines, transforming neighborhoods, and forever altering the landscape of architecture and design.
Sprawling New York City Penthouse Hits Market; South Florida’s Boom Continues
New York City has the highest concentration of homeowners who are ultra-high-net-worth individuals, according to a new report.
Five Buildings That Are Welcoming New Architects and Designers to Miami
Whether it’s a couture brand’s first residential foray or an esteemed architect’s inaugural US project, the crème de la crème is making its debut in Miami and neighboring communities.
These Inspired Lobby Designs Prove that First Impressions Matter
Lobby design across New York City has become customized, luxurious, and defined by a distinct sense of place.
Inside Two New Manhattan Projects; Hong Kong Sale Sets Record
Manhattan's luxury market had its best sales week in five years, and a notable development site in Miami has hit the market.
The Bold, Thrilling Work of Thomas Heatherwick
Thomas Heatherwick is the founder of Heatherwick Studios, the London-based studio behind some of the world’s most innovative designs. The Englishman is known for his diversity of projects, from Louboutin perfume bottles and London’s double-decker buses to train stations and temples.
New York Combo Condo Sells; Miami Developer Buys in New Project
New York condo The Benson has scored another blockbuster contract. The $27.95 million transaction constituted New York’s priciest residential sale in the first week of February.
When the Common Space Comes With Curated Art
More than ever, curated art collections with pieces by museum-worthy names are being offered as a lifestyle complement to discerning residents.
Block & Lot: An Art-Studded Corner of Midtown Manhattan
Welcome to Block & Lot, a new series that takes an in-depth look at the blocks—the actual rectangles bounded by streets and avenues—that make up Manhattan. In this installment, we visit Block 01269 in Midtown.
Miami Buyers Turn to Condos; Manhattan Penthouse With Record-Setting Pool Lists
Miami’s luxury market continues its hot streak as buyers turn their attention from single-family homes to condos.
Five New Public Spaces to Look Forward to This Year
From New York to Miami, several major urban areas will unveil new alfresco—and even underwater—gathering places in 2021.
Homeowners Seek New High-Tech Solutions
In Oakville, Ontario, an affluent suburb of Toronto, developer Zamani Homes just debuted new homes with an unusual amenity in an expanded entryway: a high-tech closet that uses ultraviolet light to disinfect outdoor clothing.
New York City Condos Launch Sales; Buyers Return to Cities
Bucking the yearly spring sales rush, a spate of new residential buildings has hit the market in New York City this month.
Buyers’ Must-Have Amenities for 2021: Culture and Experiences
In 2021, developers are finding ways to appeal to a new list of buyer needs inspired by pandemic living.
Seven Buildings Celebrated for Residential Design
The highlights from the last year's awards for residential architecture.
Miami Condo Market Flourishes; New Orleans Condo Sets Record
Wealthy out-of-towners have turned their attention to South Florida’s luxury condo market as single-family home inventory dries up.
What To See (Virtually) at This Year’s London Art Fair
Every year, the London Art Fair shares modern and contemporary art with attendees from all over the globe. While this year looks different, art enthusiasts can enjoy a plethora of offerings through LAF’s digital iteration.
Anonymity Now Harder for Buyers; Two Miami Events Go Virtual
A downtown Manhattan condominium that’s part of the larger six-acre Essex Crossing redevelopment has come to market.
Four Buildings With Winter-Ready Firesides
While cozying up in front of a roaring fire might be an activity most associated with snowy cabins and country inns, fireplaces, both private and public, are becoming beloved amenities in urban condominiums.
These New Developments Are Designed With Wellness in Mind
Amenities like a Himalayan salt room, crystal healing sessions, and in-house meditation experts are just a few of the new offerings taking luxury residential developments to the frontier of wellness.
Manhattan’s Median Luxury Sales Price Rises; Miami-Area Sports Couple Lists
Manhattan's luxury real estate market ended 2020 on a high note.
Artist Ken Kelleher Pairs Sculpture and New Development
For his collaboration with LX Collection, artist Ken Kelleher created virtual sculptures inspired by the architecture of four new developments.
Flexibility, Eco Friendliness, and Smart Technology are Key in 2021
Just like every other industry, condominium developers have had to pivot their thinking to buyers’ quarantine-time needs. Here are the development trends industry experts predict will be big in 2021.
Prime Real Estate Booms Worldwide; Buyers Seek Understated Opulence
A look back at the major design and development news of 2020.
Happy Holidays From LX Collection
As we pause for the holidays, we’d like to offer a thank you for all of the support we’ve received during LX Collection’s debut this fall.
Four Stunning Materials Trends of 2020
As they spend more time in their homes, homebuyers are more likely to focus on quality, seeking residences that prioritize craftsmanship. And some developers are sourcing specialty options for materials. Here are some of the most striking materials trends we’ve seen this year.
Manhattan’s Art Deco-Inspired Centrale Offers Privacy and Tranquility
The Centrale, Manhattan’s newly constructed residential building in the literal center of town on East 50th Street, may be less than two years old, but it offers all the accommodation and nuanced glamour of iconic New York.
The Cutting-Edge Amenities of 2020
Coworking spaces and top-of-the-line gyms are de rigueur in luxury condominium buildings. But as buyers look to the future of city living, the amenity possibilities broaden.
Nine New Developments That Celebrate Play Time
Of all the amenities luxury buildings offer, children’s spaces often end up at the bottom of the priority list for both buyers and developers. But more and more, high-end condo buildings are approaching kids' rooms with the same care and attention to detail that they bring to every other amenity.
Miami Penthouse Sells in Cash Deal; New Condo Takes Cues from Classic New York
The penthouse of Miami condominium Arte has sold in a $33 million cash deal.
In Luxury Condos, An Amenity By the Bottle
A few years after sales launched at the boutique condominium 30 Warren in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood, the building debuted an uncommon amenity: an in-house sommelier.