Tribeca Bold at 7 Hubert Street, PH-C

When you criss-cross this glam Tribeca penthouse, the first thing that you notice are the lines.  There are vertical and horizontal lines everywhere, neatly defining the spatial order of the residence while complementing the industrial flair of the floor-to-ceiling casement windows that enwrap this full-floor home.  Designed by the architectural firm Shelton Mindel this devine residence at 7 Hubert Street can stand toe-to-toe with any Tribeca penthouse.  The urban oasis demands ...

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A Bit of Spice in Tribeca – 288 West Street, 6W/5W

Think Lincoln Logs, the wooden interlocking building toy that has entertained generations of children.  Now scan the rows of timber beams that line the ceiling of this one-of-a-kind loft and marvel at the character of its design.   This riverfront duplex at 288 West Street is located on the western edge of Tribeca, between Watts Street and Canal Street.  Sandwiched between two modern developments, the eight-story remembrance of Tribeca past stands out ...

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Soho Loft of Wonder – 92 Greene Street, 5A

In our search for the most magnificent New York City apartments, finding something truly unique can be a challenge. Across the great metropolis there are thousands of stunning apartments. But after a while, many begin to look the same despite some subtle differences;  a lot of them tend to have a same-same approach to their layout and interior design style.  Well today’s selection for our “Apartments We Love” feature is definitely ...

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ONE ROOM. 2 West 67th Street, 4/5DE

It’s unthinkable to pick just one room in this grand Central Park West residence, but we did.  From every angle, every direction, the double-height living room captivates the apartment voyeur in each of us. Unfortunately we’re also selecting just one image of this magnificent room and it’s from the top. Being that the ceilings are so tall, we suspect a drone may have been used to capture the space. Located on ...

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A Hidden Palace in Nolita: 4 Centre Market Place

Although Nolita enjoys a prime downtown location it remains a bit of an enigma to most New Yorkers.  Nolita, which stands for north of Little Italy, was pretty much annexed by the real estate community in the late 1990s and bestowed with a fresher, hipper name to increase the neighborhood cache and to drive development.   4 Center Market Place, which sits directly behind the former police headquarters building at 1 Center ...

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