The broadcaster and author’s brief to her designer was simple: ‘Imagine if Josephine Baker lived in Harlem today. That’s what I want this apartment to look like.’
Out of roughly 112,000 real estate development companies in the United States, about 111,000 of them are white owned. Those numbers are bad, but at the top of the market,…
The priciest sale, at $33.8 million, was for a condo at 200 Central Park South, and a converted former firehouse sold for $25.5 million on East 90th Street.
But finding the right house wasn’t easy during the pandemic. Neither was renovating on a tight schedule.
A two-bedroom bungalow in Los Angeles, a three-bedroom condominium in San Francisco and a 1941 cottage in Long Beach.
Ubiquitous in many suburban neighborhoods, the devices have been slow to catch on in city apartments, but that is changing as New Yorkers warm to the technology.