Outdoor Space at 212 West 18th Street, 10-D

Art Deco Opulence in Chelsea – 212 West 18th Street, 10-D

When describing this worldly Chelsea apartment it is difficult to find a starting point.  It all works.  But in this case, we’re going to start outside and work our way into the interior.  It is this mix of indoor and outdoor space that elevates Apt 10-D at 212 West 18th Street into our “Apartments We Love” series. This gracious residence is crowned with a north-facing 1,026 square foot terrace which boasts ...

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Billards in the clouds

181 East 65th Street, PH-A

This is the pool room to beat all pool rooms.  Just don’t jump the table because your ball is going to do some damage when it eventually lands. Located on the top floor of a breathtaking three-story penthouse at the Chatham House, this stunning pool room is heavenly in more ways than one.   The stage is set with 10-foot-high ceilings, brick walls and floor-to-ceiling windows that captivate with never-ending views.  ...

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205 West 89th Street, 6-RS

Think Creamsicle.  Yes, the summer popsicle that combines an orange sherbert outer shell with a vanilla ice cream inner core.  Imagine it melting over your fingers as you walk into this whimsical living room awash in bright orange paint.  The ceiling beams, painted in a contrasting white, criss-cross the room and clones the look of this Good Humor favorite.  This exquisite designer home plays much like a performance piece as you ...

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159 Carlton Avenue, 1-C

I doubt that the horses bathed in such elegance.  The exquisite multi-purpose shower room at 159 Carlton Avenue, Brooklyn is truly a pants dropper.  Built at the turn-of-the-century, this former carriage house is now home to twelve unique residences, none more opulent than this first-floor duplex unit.  Masterly designed with a blend of contemporary elegance and industrial chic, this home excites at every turn; the shower room, however, wins out ...

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140Nassau_6A

140 Nassau Street, 6-A

Love architecture.  Love curves. Then this glorious open living room at the historic Morse Building will suit your needs down to the last arch.  Soaring barrel vaulted ceilings and an array of oversized arched windows that wrap around the loft give this dramatic space an inspiring one-of-a-kind feel.  Add the in-your-face views of the historic architecture just outside these windows and you would be hard pressed to match the drama ...

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