If you think it sounds cool and interesting to roam around and explore a rusty old ship from the early 1930s well, you’d be right. It IS fun and interesting, as I discovered for the first time last week aboard the Lilac, which was once a working, steam-powered Lighthouse Tender–those were ships that “carried supplies [...]
There’s no shortage of shopping and fashion news in this town, which makes sense, because there is definitely no shortage of shopping and fashion. Of course, some NYC neighborhoods do a better job than others at bringing it close to home, and your individual tastes may vary (Madison Avenue? Spring Street? Smith? Elizabeth? Bleecker? Bedford? [...]
After Hurricane Sandy wrecked havoc and disaster all over the city’s waterfront areas–or, at least, all over the lower-lying areas; this is, after all, a city in which four of the five boroughs are islands, so plenty of waterfront property is safely out of harm’s way–there was some talk about slowing down, or rethinking, a [...]
The unfathomably super-rich don’t always plunk down $90 million for a trophy pied-a-terre–a duplex, penthouse pied-a-terre, no less–in One57, the soaring, still-under-construction midtown condo that will soon be one of the tallest residential buildings on the continent. Who cares if they may only actually stay in their spectacular sky-mansion a few weeks a year; the [...]
Manhattan rental prices continue to rise, which should come as no surprise to anyone who has been looking for an apartment to rent recently. According to a Citi-Habitats report issued last month, the average rent for a Manhattan rental apartment hit an all-time high in March, clocking in at an astonishing $3,418 a month, beating [...]
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