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Fairfield CitizenOn The Market Out Of The Pages Of A Magazine

FAIRFIELD — Visitors to the colonial townhouse at 63 Southport Green will cross the threshold and feel as if they just stepped into the pages of a high-end architectural or home décor magazine. This end unit sits in a cul-de-sac in the Southport Green complex just steps from the Delamar Hotel, a luxury boutique hotel in the Southport section. Understated elegance is the hallmark of this 4,017-square-foot townhouse, which has 10 rooms and three levels of living space. The architectural and design elements combine to create a fresh take on tradition. It is one of 24 townhouses in the complex, which is only blocks...
Fairfield Citizen - Friday, September 23, 2016

New York TimesFinding Washington Heights

The first time I climbed out of the subway stop at Broadway and 157th Street in Washington Heights, I thought I had stepped back in time — and wound up in Paris. I didn’t notice littered sidewalks, graffiti or boarded-up shop fronts. I saw the graceful oversize arches of Beaux-Arts windows, the golden sunshine slanting across the absinthe-green patina of copper roofs. I saw huge flocks of pigeons swirling through an open sky, fleeing a hawk wheeling lazily overhead. And I felt a fresh river breeze on my face. Broadway was still a grand old boulevard, not yet overwhelmed by the anonymous glass fronts of high-rises and chain...
New York Times - Friday, September 23, 2016

New York PostEverything You Need To Know About NYC S Best New Buildings

The weather is beginning to cool, but the city’s residential real-estate market plans to continue its hot streak. That’s right, house-hunters — dozens of condos and rentals will debut this season. Looking to nab a sweet pad? From the Upper West Side to Williamsburg, there are plenty of new buildings to choose from. Read on. In need of signing a contract ASAP? The Style, a 31-dwelling, Gene Kaufman-designed condo at 51 E. 131st St., launched sales this month. The unit count encompasses studios, one- and two-bedroom pads priced from $349,000. The current selection includes a 444-square-foot studio with a balcony, washer/dryer, wide-plank oak floors and 9-foot coffered ceilings that...
New York Post - Thursday, September 22, 2016

New York ObserverWhen A Flip Flops Celebrity Real Estate Fails

When it comes to buying and selling luxury real estate, the arena of New York City provides some of the most entertaining action. Mere mortals watch in awe as famous faces trade one sleek multimillion-dollar apartment for another with astonishing resales in legendary buildings. But even the crème de la crème can make mistakes with property holdings, and what at first seemed like it could be an epic flip turns into a total dud. Sometimes, it’s the very over-the-top décor choices that deep pockets afford that actually end up inhibiting the potential sell. “When you have a lot of money, you have a lot of...
New York Observer - Thursday, September 22, 2016

BrownstonerLandmarked Crown Heights Brownstone With Prime Details Asks 1 775 Million

In the Crown Heights North Historic District at 1349 Pacific Street, this 1878 brownstone is graceful and quite lovely, with plenty of original detail and modern updates. Designed by noted 19th century Brooklyn architect Amzi Hill, it’s got five working fireplaces with fetching carved marble mantels, pocket doors and shutters, inlaid floors, stained glass, moldings and medallions, all in fine condition. It’s configured as a garden rental with a five-bedroom triplex up top. The triplex features a beauteous parlor floor with the kitchen in the back. It’s a nice-looking kitchen, with a marble island. Cabinet space is minimal, though (or nearly nonexistent minus the wooden hutch)....
Brownstoner - Wednesday, September 21, 2016