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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Price Chops

Greenwich Village – 552 LaGuardia Place, 10

With 4,000 SF of interior space and located in Greenwich Village, this jaw-droppingly expansive, three-level penthouse loft was originally listed at $9,495,000. It was relisted at $8,750,000 and is now available at a $1,000,000 reduction.  With a private keyed elevator entrance, this boutique condo offers an unparalleled breath of fresh air in the heart of the Village, at the corner of University Place and West 3rd Street, just one block south ...

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Top NYC Properties Under $500,000

What can you purchase today for $500,000 in NYC? Maybe more than you might think.  So we scanned the urban landscape and came up with these great apartments across the boroughs.    Manhattan, Washington Heights  Sometimes, you walk into an apartment and can immediately envision yourself taking residence. This lovely home at The Riviera, bathed in warm light, offers a touch of the past, with its noble ceilings, classic moldings and rich wooden ...

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The Solarium Penthouse

Living Art: 100 Barclay St. The Penthouse

This iconic building, designed by famed architect, Ralph Walker, was originally built for the American Telephone Company. There are few apartments, even within the aesthete metropolis of New York, that can compete with the stylish dignity and panache presented at The Penthouse at One Hundred Barclay. Perched atop this historic Art Deco skyscraper, The Penthouse offers a grand residence of unmatched proportions and architectural drama.   This cavernous home, with ceilings ...

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