Bronx art deco apartment treasure on the Grand Concourse has no fee apartments for rent.
This carriage house was built pre-1800 and is the only surviving building in the area dating back to when Times Square and Hell's Kitchen were farms.
terrific prefab "houses" or sheds that can be added on to New York City houses that have the extra land in the back yard
In contrast to the boxy towers clad in murky glass that have defaced New York\'s skyline, Gehry has produced a gawky beauty that captures the energy of the city.
The evolution from postindustrial to residential chic is ongoing, as evidenced by massive construction along Water Street and signs advertising new rentals and loft apartments in old factory and warehouse buildings.
The city\'s Landmarks Preservation Commission is scheduled to start the designation process for two new historic districts
Quite possible the best block in Park Slope, steps to the park, around the corner from Grand Army Plaza, a 1 BR with a garden, grape vine, and antique tin ceilings for $1,875/month. Unit: 334734
This apartment is unlike any other I\'ve seen before — thanks to Randal\'s vast and rotating antiques collection, he has covered every available surface with works of art that are personal and dear to him.
An interesting list of decorating sites. Some are perfect for rental apartments, others are wayyyy too grandiose for mere apartments. You can have hours of fun with Retro to Go or learn some design dos and don\'ts from the one of my favorite sites, Design Sponge.
I began the blog because I was incensed and alarmed at what the city was becoming. It was losing its grit, its fabric, its very character. It was losing its New York-ness, and gaining nothing but Subway franchises and luxury condos.
One of the last places with lots of undeveloped land in Manhattan, the area west of Ninth Ave. from 33rd to 42nd Sts., will undergo more radical change than any other neighborhood in the city over the next five years.
I\'ve always wanted to get to know some of the small shops, boutiques, restaurants, and food provisioners in Brooklyn better. But who has all that time? There are just too many fun and interesting places to visit.
If were were going to write a new guide to Harlem, this is the guide we\'d try to write. But the good folks at DesignSpongeonline.com have done if for us.
Is your kitchen less than 120 square feet? Have you improved it in some way, or conquered a challenge? Have you made it more beautiful, more healthy, more functional? We want to see your kitchen, and our readers\' top three favorites will receive a bundle of kitchen goodies.
Chelsea apartment renters can enjoy the piers’ new attractions; a carousel with 33 colorful, hand-carved wooden figures representing animals of the Hudson River Valley.
By JENNIFER 8. LEE December 7, 2009, 12:35 pm Trying to find a high-end New York-themed gift for the holidays? Maybe your loved ones might want a customized subway sign. What New Yorker doesn’t feel the emotional pull of the iconic white Helvetica letters against the black background? As of...Read more
A great website just came to my attention. I love this kind of stuff. ScoutingNY.com is just the sort of website that can easily consume a few hours of my time and get me moving around the city to see for myself.
Three hundred feet south of the Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall stop on the East Side IRT lies an abandoned subway station. Called “the world’s most beautiful former subway station” by Forgotten NY, this station is the City Hall stop that served as in the inaugural launching point for the city’s subway system in 1904.