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The writer and Girls creator has found a West Village apartment to call home
The coworking and community space geared toward women is widening its NYC footprint
A fresh look inside the apartment that once belonged to Mary Louise Parker.
From finding the perfect place to decorating it once you’ve moved in
The library at Concourse House provides a homey space for women and children transitioning out of homelessness.
The triplex, once asking $19 million, has gotten a huge discount
An urban respite amid the chaos of Midtown East is undergoing an extensive renovation
The filmmaker and his wife have found "suburban zen" in Battery Park City
The Morton Street townhouse is owned by AD100 designer Steven Gambrel.
ALTA LIC has 297 luxury apartments and 170 micro co-living suites.
The interiors will be designed by Marmol Radziner, an AD 100 designer that’s done work for Tom Ford, Demi Moore, and Larry Gagosian.
The four-bedroom apartment is the second most expensive in the building for sale right now.
Two artists revive a piece of old New York.
Mark your calendars for May!
The 38-story rental features 26,000 square feet of amenities spread out over multiple floors.
The building will feature interiors by celeb designer Ryan Korban.
Every detail in the two-bedroom home was carefully chosen, and is meant to evoke a "gracious prewar feel with an innovative twist."
Small space done right.
KAWS, aka Brian Donnelly, let Architectural Digest inside his NYC home for a tour.
One year after launching in the Flatiron District, the women-only coworking space and social club The Wing unveils its second outpost.
The first rendering for the interiors of 250 West 81st Street is here.
Sheffer worked with a designer who made the apartment luxurious, but also representative of his identity.
Owners have shaved $1.55 million off of the original asking price.
The Oscar-winner gives Architectural Digest a tour of her "delightfully, unapologetically normal" digs.
The Hudson Square condo launched sales in 2015, but just unleashed a new model apartment.
The Japanese clothing and housewares company brings its sleek, minimalist wares to Brooklyn.
Bookshelves double as cat furniture in this revamped Windsor Terrace home.
The journalist and reality TV star renovated the apartment she bought in 2002, and it’s all thanks to a sofa.