PROFILEnyc: Tour This Newly Listed $5 Million Residence In The Soo K. Chan-Designed Five One Five
There is a new listing to hit the market in the Soo K. Chan of SCDA-designed Five One Five, Hudson Yards’ newest luxury condominium building.
Curbed: Soo Chan’s opulent High Line condo launches sales from $4.3M
The High Line-adjacent condo that will perhaps best be known for its facade made up of curvy glass fins has now launched sales from $4.3 million.
Curbed: What $5,000 rents in NYC right now
See what you can get for $5,000/month in neighborhoods like the East Village, Fort Greene, and Midtown
Curbed: 5 East Village open houses to check out this weekend
Welcome to the weekly Open House Tour, because who doesn't love a little real estate gawking? This time around, we're looking at what's on the market in the East Village.
Domain: The parents who ‘work’ as house hunters for their children
Shopping for an apartment can be a real drag. Who really wants to slog through endless open houses, face off in bidding wars or contend with an owners’ board?
A home with a spotless—and space-enhancing—stainless steel kitchen.
At 71 Murray Street, a state-of-the-art chef's kitchen within a three-bedroom, three-bath loft (renting for $20,000/month) looks extra-luminous, thanks to stainless st...
6 homes with private saunas or steam rooms to keep winter (and the flu) at bay.
The sauna and steam rooms of this single-family townhouse at 46 East 83rd Street (on the market for $19.995 million) are located down the hall from the private wine ce...
Observer: Pineapple Paradise: Inside a Glitzy Flatiron Loft
Everything has been customized, core broker Adie Kriegstein told the Observer, stepping into the foyer of 650 Sixth Avenue.
Open House Agenda: 3 Apartments to See This Weekend
New York City — August is known as one of the slowest real estate months of the year, in which new listings are harder to come by.
Brick Underground: The pros and cons of renting in a brand-new building
One of the biggest selling points of new construction apartments tends to be that everything in the building is, well, new.
Minetta Street Townhouse with Yo-Yo Sales History Goes for $5.7M
This lovely townhouse at 17 Minetta Street in Greenwich Village sold for the first time as a single-family home in 2010 for $5.1 million;
New York Post: Dream Homes
A three-year nip/tuck has transformed this 20-foot-wide, eight-bedroom, six-bathroom, 6,700-square-foot red brick Neo-Federal.