New York is a cultural mecca for those so inclined to learn more about the world of the arts.
When you start living in Manhattan, chances are you have little time for the drudgery of life. This includes waiting in line at the grocery store, walking over to the hair salon, waiting after work in a busy nail salon for an empty chair and more waiting in line when shopping for your business attire.
520w28 Chelsea will now have an iconic structure to grace it’s skyline in the form of a new condo building designed by the late world renowned architect, Zaha Hadid.
Looks like Central Park South will take center stage for having the most expensive residence in New York City.
The new, super tall and super skinny, residential luxury condominium architecture continues to amaze me.
When you purchase your Manhattan dream getaway pad, you have a few choices to consider: either move in as a full time resident, keep it as a pied-a-terre or rent it out short or long term.
Condominiums “Condos” are the most popular choice of ownership among international buyers. Condos are recommended because of higher appreciation potential and flexibility renting. Most newer construction buildings are condos.
I just visited the Sales Gallery for 252 East 57th Street to check on the building’s progress and get sense of how the sales are going. Being in one of the world’s most desirable residential neighborhoods this condo tower’s architecture with striking Italian glass façade and curved silhouette is a magnificent addition to Billionaire Row.
Visiting the sales office for New York’s newest modernist architectural landmark located 100 East 53rd Street was an enlightening experience for how the luxury condo offerings continue to impress. 100 East 53rd Street is being built by Foster + Partners, who also build the UN Plaza and the iconic Hearst Building, is a 64 story […]
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