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Phantom of the Opera’s status as Broadway’s longest-running show ever is an impressive one, but one that might have consigned it to “theatrical wallpaper” (as producer Cameron Mackintosh put it) amidst fresh new shows and a slow return of audiences to live theater following lockdown. As a result ...

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With more than nine billion dollars in apartment transactions projected, the second quarter of 2022 is expected to be Manhattan's* strongest second quarter on record despite global economic and political uncertainty and rising interest rates. As a result of a surging ultraluxury market, the avera...
Every December, building staff across the city leave seasonal cards under residents’ doors. If you’re new to life in a full-service building, don’t be fooled—this card is not simply a chance for staff to extend holiday cheer to you and your family. These cards, which usually arrive in the first w...
Architectural trends come and go, but the bay window has been a popular part of building styles from Queen Anne to Georgian to contemporary. They would appear to be a key part of historic townhouses seen on a walk through parts of Brooklyn and Manhattan, but have been reinterpreted to dramatic ef...
Some celebrities' time living in New York passes so quickly and quietly that they barely have a chance to enjoy the city. Others take the opposite approach, sharing their memories in story or song. We take a look at New York City homes linked to celebrities and listed in November 2022.
The past week was another successful one for 109 East 79th Street, a new Upper East Side condo with Art Deco, Mid-Century, and Bauhaus architectural influences. Residence #15W, a half-floor unit with five bedrooms, five and a half baths, and 4,129 interior square feet, had the top sale at $17,129...
The top contract noted in Olshan Realty's market report was a combination of two apartments at 50 West 66th Street, the Extell-developed, Snøhetta-designed skyscraper set to be the Upper West Side's tallest north of 58th Street: #47S and #47N were asking a total of $45.5 million and sold off of f...
Many of us took a break around the Thanksgiving holiday, and the Landmarks Preservation Commission ("Landmarks") was no exception. There were no hearings last week, but these will resume on Tuesday, December 6. A number of notable residential addresses were included on the docket, and we take a l...
After turning away from the window to look at the view, the first thing anyone does upon visiting a New York City apartment is turn their attention to the interiors, where ceiling height plays a significant role. Bob Vila considers the standard ceiling height to be nine feet, but some apartment d...
New Yorkers have long accepted stratospheric rents as a fact of life, but the months immediately following the pandemic took that to a new level with dramatic rent spikes, overcrowded open houses, and bidding wars on even the most run-of-the-mill apartments. There are fewer stories like that maki...
As November and indeed 2022 begin to wind down, closings have commenced at 547 West 47th Street, the 219-unit condo development that utterly transformed its corner of Eleventh Avenue. A representative for the building notes that a significant amount of interest has come from people who had previo...

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