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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Dancing With Light – 40 Mercer

The modernity of the tantalizing glass structure at 40 Mercer Street makes a daring architectural statement amidst the historic cast-iron buildings within the Soho Historic District.  As your eyes run across the hypnotic symmetry of the elevation, your first thought is that the building has been misplaced. Your second thought is what a marvelous contemporary interpretation of the traditional Soho loft.  Not surprisingly, this testament of modern architecture is a ...

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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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A Solemn Reminder – Liberty Park

Liberty Park, just south of the World Trade Center, is probably one of the more delightful accidental places in all of New York City.  As most downtown visitors stream up Greenwich Street with an eye on the 9/11 Memorial, a few lucky ones curiously walk up the steps to this elevated park and immediately feel captivated by the serenity of this public space.   In the truest example of New York City ...

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