Aby Rosen has big plans for the iconic skyscraper, but they won’t include a hotel
The 15 loft-like apartments are enormous, and come with with architectural concrete walls
And Pete Wells is pissed
The four-story townhouse was asking $29.5 million last year.
Aby Rosen’s RFR Realty has reportedly purchased the 30-story hotel
A street art aficionado uncovers what may be one of the late artist’s last tags.
Once a graffiti-covered artists’ haven, the Nolita icon will soon be home to a fashion emporium that will run a pop-up through 2018.
The 100 East 53rd Street developer purchased the townhouse for $8.4 million in 2004.
Developer Aby Rosen’s Upper East Side rental, less than a block away from The Met, was set to hit the auctioning block this week.
The 63-story skyscraper at 100 East 53rd Street will count George and Amal Clooney as its first residents when it finishes later this year.
The midcentury interiors are getting a small revamp before they reopen as The Landmark Rooms at the Seagram Building. The first of the two dining concepts is poised to open in April.
Rumor has it that the high-profile couple have purchased one of the buildings 94 units. And no, it's not the $65 million penthouse.
clean-up is nearly complete at the Germania Bank Building at 190 Bowery, with much of the graffiti that once covered the landmark building scrubbed from its granite facade. Who knew the building was that white?
A fire broke out on the roof of the landmark, now being converted to high-end office space, a little before 8 p.m. last night.
Developer Aby Rosen has never been one to shy away from controversy, but his latest stunt is slightly more political in nature.
The day has come: the auction of the interiors from the iconic Four Seasons Restaurant is officially underway. Here's what's happening.
Philip Johnson’s banquettes, Mies Van der Rohe’s armchairs, Eero Saarinen’s tulip tables and stools, and Garth and Ada Louise Huxtable’s serving dishes and cutlery will be auctioned tomorrow.
As the Four Seasons Restaurant prepares for an auction that will see all of its furnishings—dozens of pieces by iconic mid-century designers like Mies van der Rohe—sell to the highest bidder, one illustrator takes a look back at the space.
The sign is one of the first bits of the old, iconic restaurant to be removed
Weinfeld, who's only working on one other New York City commission, will design every aspect of the new space at 280 Park Avenue, from the architecture to the furnishings to the tablewares.
It's been a little more than a year since Aby Rosen bought the 19th-century graffiti-covered mansion, and its transformation to an office building is underway—and Curbed has exclusive photos inside the Bowery landmark.
The team behind the iconic Four Seasons Restaurant hasn't completely vacated that midcentury masterpiece, but they're already on the hunt for an architect to build out their new digs at 280 Park Avenue.
The long, strange saga of the iconic Four Seasons Restaurant isn't over quite yet: Before its current owners pack up and leave this summer, they'll auction off items designed for the space by titans like Philip Johnson and Mies van der Rohe.
Ahead of relocating their global HQ to Warwick, NY, the Jehovah's Witnesses have been selling off their prime Brooklyn real estate. The most recent property to sell is 25-30 Columbia Heights, also known as Watchtower.
The overhaul of the historic Germania Bank Building, a.k.a. 190 Bowery, is well underway, and this week two big changes were revealed: new stained-glass windows appeared, and some of its beloved graffiti was power-washed away.
Is anyone surprised that the sales gallery for One Hundred East Fifty Third Street, by developer Aby Rosen, is 1) located in the Seagram Building, or 2) filled with items from his personal art collection? Nope. Get a tour, right this way.