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Let There Be Light

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Flatiron gem boasts the best of the old and the new | By Marissa Maier For some buyers, the words “apartment in an historic building” might conjure up images of squat rooms with slim windows overlooking nearby buildings. An open, bright abode in a 1910 cast-iron building at 901 Broadway in the Flatiron District bucks [&hellip
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Minimal is the Most

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When it comes to cabinetry, Minimal’s designs could easily be considered art—literally. The showroom is located in Chelsea, on the top floor of a building comprised mostly of galleries, where managers Bartolomeo Bellati and Stefano Venier command a view of the Hudson River and a spiral staircase that leads to the rooftop
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Labors of Love

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The Townhouse Therapist on the benefits of fullbuilding living Tatiana Cames is known as the “Townhouse Therapist.” Though the title would make for a good interior design reality show, Cames is renown in the real estate world for being the agent in the know when it comes to selling and buying townhouses
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Building Profile: 20 Pine

Written by Marissa Maier on . Posted in Real Estate

With 20 Pine The Collection, a luxury condominium in Lower Manhattan’s Financial District, Deborah DeMaria of Warburg Realty intimately knows the comforts of living in the building. While DeMaria serves as sales director for 20 Pine—Warburg Realty is the exclusive marketing team of the development—she is also a resident and has firsthand knowledge of the [&hellip
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Property Profiles

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  Downtown living, from the large to the small By Marissa Maier Where Work Meets Play 155 Duane St., a six-floor townhouse in the heart of Tribeca, is unique for a few reasons, said Citi Habitats senior associate Keith Knight—and no, it isn’t just the $35,000-per-month rental fee. The historic building, completed in 1830, boasts [&hellip
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