New York House Calls
In a quiet corner of the Hamptons, a designer-artist couple saves a 1972 gem and turns it into a year-round family home.
The warm renovation reflects the Hudson Valley home’s history.
Cultivating calm, a duo designs a respite in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Entrepreneur Claire Marin opens the door to her home near New York’s Catskill Mountains.
A Fire Island, New York, couple teams up with Delson or Sherman Architects and interior designer Alexandra Angle to fashion their family getaway.
Two artists revive a piece of old New York.
New York City residents find peace upstate in an historic farmhouse
This library-cabin in upstate New York is an expression of one man's history, heritage, and passion.
A taste for maximalism is on full display in a couple’s refurbished apartment, which they revamped mainly with their own two hands.
The Abbate family lives in a home that’s like few others: a decommissioned fire station built shortly after the turn of the 20th century.
Find inspiration for your own patch of grass in these New York homes
Do you live in a gorgeous Staten Island home? We want to take a peek inside!
Life, work, and passion happen in a reimagined Gramercy apartment, where century-old details take center stage.
Go inside the Gowanus, Brooklyn, home of designer Sarah Zames and her husband, Jonathan. When Sarah remodeled their apartment, she broke some of her own rules, with some serendipitous results.
Liz Shea and Mark Valenti’s Greenpoint apartment is a cozy, minimalist haven
Alexis Tirado’s rent-stabilized East Village apartment is now a bright, cheerful oasis
Greg Tankersley and Mary Robin Jurkiewicz have created a cozy Manhattan nook, thanks to lots of planning
"When you’re transitioning to your late 20s, early 30s, the peace and quiet that you find on these streets is really nice," Scott Francis said of his time spent in Gramercy.
Sky-high prices in Brooklyn forced one couple to look farther afield for a home. The house they found in the Hudson Valley wasn’t perfect, so they had to work to make it a fit for them. The learning curve was steep, but the rewards were great.
ASID New York chapter president Glenn Gissler invites Curbed NY in for a tour of his Brooklyn Heights duplex, an apartment full of antique details and modern trinkets.
Do you have a cool, quirky, fantastic home in NYC? We want to see it!
In this week's edition of House Calls, Upper West Side resident Meisha Hunter shows off her small one-bedroom co-op, which she transformed through a total gut renovation. Now it's the tranquil, cozy home that she's always wanted.
Kearney Sevier and Zack Kortright have lived in their Greenpoint loft for five years now, but have only just stopped moving things around. The couple are always finding better ways to live in their 2,000-square-foot, $3,300/month apartment.
Having never been to New York City before, Courtney Duffey came to Manhattan for a new job and had two days to find an apartment. She landed in a roughly 225-square-foot studio and after a few redesign projects, she's come to love it.
According to Dan Tomita, who moved into Carmel Place earlier this summer, it's not really all that different from a typical New York City apartment.
Rebecca and Greg Binns moved to NYC from California, in 2006 with a plan: to land an apartment in Chelsea, with a garden, without breaking the bank every month. And they managed to do it. Ten years later, the couple welcome a son into the mix.
Architect Jacob Bek has lived in New York for almost 20 years now, and each time he's moved it's inevitably been to a smaller sized apartment. That's brought him to the smallest space he's lived in yet, a studio apartment on the Upper West Side.
Ariel Colangelo moved into her Lenox Hill studio in August 2010, soon after she had graduated college, and just as she was preparing to attend Law School. It made her the third generation of her family to have moved into the apartment.
Find out how to have your tiny apartment (or house, or boat, or whathaveyou) featured during Curbed’s upcoming Micro Week.
A petite cabin in an upstate New York town offers respite for a New Zealand expat and homeware designer.
When Barbara and Mark Levy first set eyes on the studio that would become their UES pied-à-terre, they knew it was perfect. But what they didn’t know a few minutes before stepping foot into the apartment was that they were even in the market.
In this week's House Calls tour, meet Charmaine and Roman Mendoza, lifelong Queens residents who turned an East Elmhurst townhouse from the 1950s into a comfortable space for them and their four children.
In this week's edition of house calls tour the Dumbo one-bedroom apartment of ESL teacher Zack Praskin and his husband Will who originally wanted a Park Slope brownstone. They looked at over 50 apartments before finally settling on this one.
In this week's edition of House Calls, Littleneck co-owner Aaron Lefkove shows off his Greenpoint apartment, which is filled with art, records, and memorabilia—all of which has a story.
"I like to say it's like a little boutique hotel home," says Helen Zhang while standing in her petite Chinatown studio. But the publicist's Pell Street apartment is her own personal oasis, and her spare, yet well-articulated, decor speaks to that.