Available for the first time since 1958 Here’s some lovely daydream fodder to help enliven a dull afternoon. Known as the DeVault Residence, this little slice of heaven was designed in 1958 by Herbert Kameon, an architect who worked in the offices of Richard Neutra and A. Quincy Jones before establishing his own firm
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The never-ending saga may finally be over The saga between Madonna and the co-op board for her Upper West Side apartment at 41 Central Park West, a.k.a. Harperley Hall, may finally be coming to an end. A Manhattan judged has dismissed the Material Girl’s lawsuit claiming that the board illegally changed the terms of her lease, after determining that the singer waited too long to file the suit, reports Page Six .
From the beach to the mountains With fall just around the corner, it’s cooling off to temperatures that make being outside pleasant again.
The 35-story building will bring 80 condos to Hell’s Kitchen Work is now underway on Pritzker Prize-winning architect Álvaro Siza’s first American project, in Hell’s Kitchen, and with that developers Sumaida+Khurana and LENY have released a new rendering for the 35-story building.
The site is key to revitalizing the river The city’s bureau of engineering has announced its preferred team to makeover a 41-acre parcel fronting the LA River known as G2.
The micro pad is located less than a block away from Central Park Welcome back to The Six-Digit Club , in which we take a look at a newish-to-market listing priced under $1 million, because nice things sometimes come in small packages.
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“We’re anticipating a wealth of fossils near the tar pits” One of the pluses of building a subway network in a city with a rich geological history like Los Angeles is that, as crews work to excavate future stations, they often stumble upon ancient artifacts from the area’s past. With work underway on the Purple Line extension to Westwood, Metro has contracted paleontologists to identify and extract fossils turned up during excavation below Wilshire Boulevard . So far, they’ve found the remains of a young mammoth and a prehistoric camel , among other exciting specimens
The couple who owns it purchased it for $170K in 1970 A massive 14-bedroom townhouse near Zabar’s on the Upper West Side is on the market for the first time in four decades, and it’s asking $19.95 million, the New York Post reports . The six-story limestone and brick townhouse is owned by Broadway producer Bill DeSeta and his wife Donna