Sniff These Five Top-Dog Building Amenities in New York
By Dave Hogarty
The days when dogs were a liability for apartment hunters in NYC appear to be done and buried like a bone in Central Park. It’s still a city divided between dog owners and those who can’t abide what they see as noisy filthy animals, but more buildings are seeking out dog owners by offering canine-centric amenities that make it unclear who is master tenant and who is loyal servant.
OOOOH. This look’s like fun. Can’t wait to see it in action.
By Eric A. Taub
Philips Color Kinetics New lighting is being installed in the Empire State Building that will allow for a much more varied display at night.
When redesigning the exterior lighting for one of the world’s best-known buildings, how should you proceed?
With much greater energy efficiency, a significantly wider palette of more intense colors and a lot of panache.
I made it to Superlinda the other night. This is the new Latin restaurant from the owner of the Beatrice Inn. Walking in I felt like I had been transported back to 1990- something, and a late night trek down to the (then) happening hot spot Odeon. ( a Mc Nally institution – still around today)
The Highline has been the best thing to happen to New York City real estate in quite a while. Another new residential building is being proposed – again by Related. I was part of the team that worked on the +Art building at 540 West 28th Street nearby – which is now almost sold out. For sure,
Another Book Club dinner with the girls tonight. This time at Saxon and Parole. The last time I was in this place it was for my “hip dinner” – a gathering of 24 of my closet friends 2 days before my hip replacement surgery. I had an broken down hip, and this place was called Double Crown.
Joan Rivers’ high-gilded Manhattan condo: $29.5M | Inman News
We already knew that the Sex and the City house had sold, but we did not know for how much or to whom. One of those questions can be definitely answered now, the other may remain a mystery, at least until we work up the gumption to ring the doorbell.The home at 64 Perry Street,
Three Manhattan residential properties hit market for more than $20M each Former home of Gloria Vanderbilt is available, while a hedge funder is selling a rare Beresford penthouse and 50-year owners of an UES townhouse finally list their home April 24, 2012 02:00PM By Katherine Clarke From left: 39 East 72nd Street, the Beresford building
As someone who has been approached by television shows and movie productions in the past, asking to use a particular apartment or development for a shoot – it isn’t always as easy as it seems. One concern is annoying other residents in the building while crews set up lighting, have cables running everywhere, and are filming in the