It’s the first time in over 50 years that the Perry Street house hits the market.
It has built-in bookshelves and a decorative fireplace.
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It also has a small private terrace.
The pad also has a terrace with a garden.
Meanwhile, luxury units continue to be added to the market.
It may be the first resale at the exclusive Billionaires’ Row tower.
It features Achille Castiglioni-designed lamps and a pattern of vertical stripes on its walls.
The Terminal Warehouse in West Chelsea will be restored and will get more office and commercial space.
The unit has original details including exposed brick walls.
A new StreetEasy report found that streets like Greenwich and Greene in Soho are among the most expensive for rentals.
Studios at the development will start at $820,000.
Hillary Swank used to own the four-story home.
Under a new proposal, the complex’s center would get new stairs and elevators to improve visitor circulation.
It has floor-to-ceiling built-in bookshelves.
Apartments asking from $995K to $3.45 million.
The backyard is larger than the apartment itself.
It has a 100-square-foot private terrace.
It has floor-to-ceiling windows and a modern aesthetic.
It also has a dressing area and two closets.
The huge apartment is close to Inwood Hill Park.
It’s kept a lot of its interior old-world details.
Ice skating season is here.
For one hour, the very exclusive park will welcome regular folks.
It has a sleeping alcove and a large living room area.
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It has crown moldings, beamed ceilings, and chandeliers.
The massive historic house has a large garden and a roof terrace.
It’s filled with classic and colorful details.
Eleanor and Franklin Delano Roosevelt were married in this East 76th Street townhouse.
The supertall will cut the ribbon next year, but its observation deck won’t open until 2021.
The five buildings, located on West 28th Street, are known for their connection to the birth of American popular music.
The one-bedroom apartment comes with a private terrace.
The north Brooklyn neighborhood’s real estate has rebounded from the L train slump in a major way.
It has pop art prints hanging on the wall, and other colorful details.
The house has eight fireplaces and a ton of old-world details.
After years of planning and mishaps, plans to renovate the New York Philharmonic’s home will finally come to fruition.
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Author Donald E. Westlake and his wife called the place home for decades.