If These Walls Could Talk – 55 Liberty Street

Liberty Tower at 55 Liberty Street, is one of many historic skyscrapers in downtown Manhattan that has worn the moniker of "tallest building in the world."  Located at the northwest corner of Nassau Street and Liberty Street, this 33-story limestone tower was built as a commercial office building in 1909 and converted to residential apartments in 1979. This storied building was one of the first in the Financial District to be ...

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Cinema Magic in East Village Triplex – 300 East 4th Street, Apt 1-A

This one-of-a-kind triplex loft straddles the past with the present.  It is a nifty two-bedroom apartment full of surprises. Spread out over three levels, the fully renovated East Village residence offers continuous walls of exposed brick, an artfully designed metal and wood staircase, wide plank flooring and a glorious ceiling height of 13.5 feet. At 1252 square feet, this multi-level home actually feels like a house.  The main floor offers ...

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Warm up to Tudor City – 320 East 42nd St, Apt 409

Tudor City carries a certain charm that begets a bygone era.  This cluster of landmarked prewar buildings designed by the renowned architect Fred F. French in the 1920s have stood the test of time and are very popular today among those looking for an inexpensive, albeit, small residence in Manhattan.   This delightful co-op apartment at Woodstock Towers, 320 East 42nd Street, holds serve for anyone looking for a studio under $500,000.  ...

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Midtown Charmer – 123 East 37th St, 10-A

Looking for your first apartment or maybe a pied-a-terre?  Warm right up to this charming prewar studio at the Lindley House in the heart of Murray Hill.  Did we say studio? Well, it’s hard to believe that this apartment is actually defined as a studio when it shows as four distinct rooms. Step into a generous windowed foyer with two large closets.  The foyer, which is practically as wide as ...

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Stylish Living in Queens 96-11 65th Road, Apt 406

This large corner apartment in Norwich Hall comes with cozy hardwoods and sleek architectural features like arched passageways and crown molding. Located in Rego Park, along a street lined with trees and near assorted shops, you’ll find 1,100 SF of stylish living, and plenty of closet space to boot. The more than ample space allows for a variety of clever configurations and layouts, all at a price tag of $429,000. The ...

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