Every room in the apartment has at least one window, which fills the space with light 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. Send nominations to the tipline . Located in a 12-story building on East 94th Street, between Lexington and Third Avenues, this spacious co-op is now on the market for $725,000
Ledner designed a trio of modernist gems in Manhattan Architect Albert Ledner , who’s known for designing more than a dozen midcentury modern homes in New Orleans, has passed away at the age of 93. The New York Times reports that Ledner died on November 14 in Manchester, NH, while visiting his son. He was recently in New York to attend a screening of Designing Life: The Modernist Legacy of Albert C.
A second audit conducted by NYC comptroller Scott Stringer found many POPS sites still in violation of the laws NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer is calling on the city’s Department of Buildings to do a top-down review of private-owned public spaces (POPS) in the city after his latest audit found that many buildings were still in violation of the laws, and obstructed or restricted entry to the public.
If you’re not up to heading to the parade, here’s how you can still catch all the action In less than 24 hours, the 2017 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will be under way, bringing giant character balloons, floats, live performances, and more to Midtown. It is estimated that around 3.5 million people head to Manhattan each year to watch the festive event unfold as it travels down 77th Street and Central Park West, before ending in Midtown in front of Macy’s Herald Square on 34th Street. Macy’s has put out a map of recommended places to watch , but if you’d much rather enjoy the parade from the comforts of your home and not sandwiched between a swarm of people, there are several ways in which you can do so.
Curbed editors and NYC experts picked their favorites There are hundreds, if not thousands, of books about New York City—broad overviews of its history, deep dives into topics like gentrification or architecture, novels that capture a particular moment in time, the list goes on. And in coming up with this list, which narrows that vast assemblage down to just 50 essential books, our goal was simple: to provide a starting point for anyone who wants to understand how New York became, well, New York.
The apartments will be spread out between two eight-story buildings A large new residential project is headed to Williamsbridge, in the Bronx, The Real Deal reports . Developer Alan Bell has purchased four parcels of land along East 212th and East 211th Streets
Nine decades of festive floats Few holiday traditions in New York City have a history as lengthy as the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade . Originally launched in 1924 as the Christmas Parade, the spectacle has brought clowns, oversized balloons, Broadway performers, and Kris Kringle himself to the west side of Manhattan in the nine decades since.
Most readers high balled it above $12M Earlier this week, we asked readers to guess our PriceSpotter: a 3,200-square-foot Water Mill home on an oceanfront acre of land with views of the ocean and Mecox Bay.
It last sold just two years ago The late Rosalind Paige Cole’s oceanfront Bridgehampton home went on the market back in June of this year for $10.25 million under Douglas Elliman agent Carol Nobbs, after coming on and off the market a bit in the last few years. A contract was signed on the 0.6-acre property earlier this month and it is currently pending a sale. Once the sale goes through, this will be the second time the home has sold in two years.
A group of elected officials have created a website to document how signal failures impact New Yorkers Following the efforts of transit advocacy group Riders Alliance to compel the MTA to create a comprehensive plan to fix the subway, a group of elected officials have created their own campaign. This one is specifically targeted toward fixing the system’s aging signals, and is aptly titled SignalFail.com .