Picnic Above The Park – 15 Union Square West, PH

Who wouldn’t want to gaze on to Union Square? This highly exclusive building Flatiron District was built in 1869 and rebuilt into luxurious boutique condos in 2008 from what was the original corporate Tiffany Building.  Former world number 1, tennis star, Caroline Wozniacki, is among the building’s prestigious residents.  As one should expect from a building with such a refined curriculum vitae, 15 Union Square West has no shortage of amenities. ...

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This Week’s Price Chop – 6 West 77th Street, 10-CD

Sprawling apartments in the Upper West Side with a Central Park view and tall ceilings aren’t easy to come by. It’s even more difficult to imagine one available at a 20% price reduction, like this unit at 6 West 77th Street. Originally listed at $4,995,000, the price of this stunning prewar home with elegantly beamed ceilings has recently been dropped by an even $1 million to $3,995,000. With three full-sized bedrooms ...

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The O’Neill Building – 655 Sixth Avenue

The storied O’Neill Building is inundated with history and is a classic tale of New York City resiliency and endurance. Over 130 years old and designed by Mortimer C. Merrit, this colossal building has humble origins. Beginning as a small store in the current lot, immigrant brothers, Hugh and Henry O’Neill, slowly built up their business and bought out the surrounding lots. Completed in 1887, it took the brothers 20 ...

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A Writer’s Haven: 14 Harrison Street, 5/6

This exquisite loft apartment in Tribeca occupies the top two floors of a striking brick building and is the former residence of Edward Albee, winner of three Pulitzer Prizes. Having lived in this home since 1977, the apartment holds a special place in Tribeca history. The beautiful exposed brick interior, along with towering 17.5’ ceilings, harmonizes with vast hardwood floors and whitewashed ceiling beams. Each wall is a massive canvas, and ...

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