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  • The pool at the Marmara Park Avenue Hotel

    The pool at the Marmara Park Avenue Hotel

    From Luxury Listings NYC: They’ve seen them on “Friends” and “Sex and the City.” They’ve gawked at them in real estate magazines and ads. And now, for visitors who’ve always dreamed of living in an actual New York City luxury apartment, they finally can. Sort of. [more] 

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  • Galleries for peanuts

    July 20, 2014 01:00PM
    “Secret Space of Dreams” from Wes Lang was at the Half Gallery

    “Secret Space of Dreams” from Wes Lang was at the Half Gallery

    From Luxury Listings NYC: New York City’s gallery scene has never been static. In the 1980s, hip gallery owners set up shop in the East Village. By the 1990s, the see-and-be-seen art spaces had migrated to Soho. Today, the heart of contemporary art gallery culture resides in Chelsea — but for how long? [more]

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  • Marv and Heather Albert, along with their pugs Madison and Trixie (credit: Chance Yeh)

    Marv and Heather Albert, along with their pugs Madison and Trixie (credit: Chance Yeh)

    From Luxury Listings NYC: You might expect that famed sportscaster Marv Albert’s home is a trove of one-of-a-kind sports memorabilia. And, in some ways, you’d be right. His duplex penthouse on the Upper West Side houses treasures far more priceless than run-of-the-mill items like posters and ticket stubs. [more]

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  • Water, water everywhere

    July 20, 2014 09:00AM
    45 East 74th Street

    45 East 74th Street

    From Luxury Listings NYC: It’s the most refreshing of amenities in these stickiest months of the year: a swimming pool. With city dwellers eager to cool off and dip their toes into any kind of water as the mercury rises — hello, dumpster pools!— it’s no surprise a swimming pool tops the wish list of many a New Yorker. [more]

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  • The Brooklyn home of an Uprise client (Photo: Michelle Rick)

    The Brooklyn home of an Uprise client (Photo: Michelle Rick)

    Luxury Listings NYC: See what’s out there: Go to galleries, browse art magazines, walk through art fairs and check out online galleries to get a wide scope and see what mediums suit your fancy. “You might be surprised with what you end up loving,” said Tze Chun. [more]

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  • No time, no experience, no worries

    July 13, 2014 01:00PM
    Margaret Wang in her Chelsea home with a painting from Uprise Art to her right (photo: Uprise Art)

    Margaret Wang in her Chelsea home with a painting from Uprise Art to her right (photo: Uprise Art)

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Fresh out of Harvard in 2009, Margaret Wang, who then worked in finance, bought a condo on 18th Street in Chelsea — now she is making a start with art. The interior of the previously owned apartment was empty and unadorned at the time of purchase. Though she prefers a minimal aesthetic in home design — white walls are a must — she wanted to include pops of color in the mix. [more]

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  • One for the books on Long Island

    July 13, 2014 11:00AM
    Barry Rosenstein and his $147 million East Hampton spread

    Barry Rosenstein and his $147 million East Hampton spread

    WEEKENDEDITION From Luxury Listings NYC: We round up a record-breaking year for home sales in Long Island’s bastion of billionaires. The priciest deal of the past 12 months didn’t just shatter the Hamptons’ own lofty records, it was the most expensive sale of a residential property in the entire country. [more]

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  • Editor’s note

    July 13, 2014 09:00AM

    From Luxury Listings NYC: There are a lot of parallels between the art market and the real estate market right now. Both are insanely hot (and possibly overheated), both are seeing record prices and both are increasingly attracting the wealth of one-percenters in the U.S. and around the globe. [more]

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  • Paint the townhouse red

    July 12, 2014 10:00AM
    Domingo Zapata and a shot of Zapata’s studio (credit: STUDIO SCRIVO)

    Domingo Zapata and a shot of Zapata’s studio (credit: STUDIO SCRIVO)

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Close your eyes and envision the general scene in the hit TV series “Downton Abbey.” There’s a palatial estate that houses stunning works of art. There’s a butler and a kitchen full of treats. Outside, there’s green space. Now imagine how this would translate to 21st-century New York City with a hip resident, and the result is the Gramercy Park home of artist Domingo Zapata. [more]

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    In Luxury Listing NYC’s upcoming July/August issue, we explore ways to start an art collection in your home, as well as what to invest in at different price points. Just in time for the onslaught of hot and humid weather, we dive into the most exclusive swimming holes in Manhattan with a roundup of top townhouses and penthouses with private pools.

    We spend some time at home with artist Domingo Zapata, who the New York Post labeled the “next Andy Warhol.” And LLNYC also takes you inside the Upper West Side digs of legendary sportscaster Marv Albert.

    Featuring an ideal blend of neighborhood real estate news and glossy images of the finest area homes, Luxury Listings NYC has the widest distribution of any publication in Manhattan, reaching more than 100,000 doorsteps.

    Click here to catch up on the current issue of Luxury Listings NYC. To subscribe, email subs@llnyc.com or call 1-855-703-9671. Subscriptions are free for Manhattan residents.

    To inquire about advertising opportunities with Luxury Listings NYC, please email advertising@llnyc.com.

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  • From left: Douglas Elliman Chairman Howard Lorber and Jill Zarin during the the Luxury Listings NYC Summer Issue Soirée at Beautique in NYC. (Benno Klandt /  June 10, 2014)

    From left: Douglas Elliman Chairman Howard Lorber and Jill Zarin during the the Luxury Listings NYC Summer Issue Soirée at Beautique in NYC. (Benno Klandt / June 10, 2014)

    More than 250 designers, television personalities, brokers, real estate executives, reporters and bankers gathered at the swank Beautique restaurant across the street from the Plaza Hotel last night to munch on hors d’oeuvres and sip on cocktails to ring in Luxury Listings NYC‘s first annual Summer Issue Soirée.

    More importantly, the attendees got the chance to pose in red carpet photos with Jill Zarin of “The Real Housewives of New York,” who is featured on the current cover of the magazine in a story about her Upper East Side home. Click here for a slideshow and more.

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    Jill Zarin and images of her home

    In celebration of the publication’s first-ever Summer Issue Soirée, Luxury Listings NYC is giving a few lucky fans the chance to meet former Real Housewives of New York cast member Jill Zarin.

    Zarin, who was featured on the cover of the magazine’s May/June issue, will be joining The Real Deal and Luxury Listings NYC at Beautique Dining at 8 West 58th St. from 6 to 9 p.m. We’ll be randomly selecting a handful of fans from LLNYC‘s Facebook page to attend the event from now until 12 a.m. EST.

    Click here to enter, and be sure to Like Luxury Listings NYC on Facebook for the finest of Manhattan homes, up-to-date neighborhood news and more from around the world of home design and luxury real estate. You can also read more about Zarin’s Tiffany-inspired home here.

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    Sister publication to The Real Deal magazine, Luxury Listings NYC opens the door to some of the best homes Manhattan has to offer. Our Facebook page is packed with stunning photos of multimillion dollar pads, neighborhood news from around Manhattan and other items from the world of luxury real estate, home design and beyond. Click here to like Luxury Listings NYC on Facebook.

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  • Stop wine-ing in the North Fork

    May 18, 2014 04:00PM
    From left: Moustache’s Lauri Spitz and growlers of Moustache beer

    From left: Moustache’s Lauri Spitz and growlers of Moustache beer

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Travel east through the North Fork from Riverhead to Greenport, and a total of 39 wineries lie along the way, according to the Long Island Wine Council. Tours and tastings  —  generally in rustic settings  —  have long been popular happenings in the area. But travel along the same route, and you’ll stumble upon five craft breweries  —  three of which are located in Riverhead, and two of them are recent upstarts in the town. Over a dozen other craft breweries dot Long Island, perhaps giving the wine scene some boozy competition. [more] 

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  • The Sherman Zwicker

    The Sherman Zwicker

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Have you heard of Sherman Zwicker? Chances are you will by summer’s end. Contrary to what you might first think, Sherman Zwicker isn’t the name of the latest hot artist or a tech mogul who is putting down roots in Tribeca. Rather, the Sherman Zwicker — italics intentional — is a 142-foot-long wooden schooner that dates to 1942. [more] 

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  • The Real Deal hosts a series of panel discussions.

    Steve Witkoff (Credit: Guest of a Guest)

    The Real Deal and Luxury Listing NYC’s New Development Showcase this week played host to some of the biggest names in the real estate industry. In case you missed the event, here are some photographs of what took place at the Altman Building on Thursday.

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    From left: Steve Witkoff, Jonathan Miller, Michael Stern, Bjarke Ingels and Miki Naftali

    Steve Witkoff, Miki Naftali, Jonathan Miller, Michael Stern and Bjarke Ingels are scheduled to speak at The Real Deal and Luxury Listings NYC’s New Development Showcase, today at the Altman Building in Manhattan.

    Three panels are part of an all-day event and will examine topics including the market for NYC new development, where today and tomorrow’s foreign buyers are coming from and what’s next for condo design.

    To attend the event, click here. Or follow — and join — the discussion on Twitter at #TRDForum.

     

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  • featfurnishFrom Luxury Listings NYC: Homes are getting smarter, especially in space-starved New York City. Residents here long ago learned how to make tighter spaces work organizationally and functionally; now they’re making those same apartments and townhouses work quickly and automatically through smart-home technology. [more] 

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  • Peggy’s pretty, posh pad

    May 11, 2014 02:00PM
    “Mad Men” character Peggy Olson and her virtual, modern-day apartment

    “Mad Men” character Peggy Olson and her virtual, modern-day apartment

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Can’t get enough “Mad Men”? Neither can the folks at Gloss NY, a furniture styling company that specializes in high-rise apartments. Husband-wife duo Saruul and Christopher Herz took the floorplan of a unit at 35XV at 35 West 15th Street and created a “fan-fiction furnishing project” of sorts: A furnished, virtual home for a 2014 version of the 1960s copywriter girl-wonder character Peggy Olson, played on the hit AMC series by Elisabeth Moss. [more]

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  • Joe Nahem and his East End home (Photo: STUDIO SCRIVO)

    Joe Nahem and his East End home (Photo: STUDIO SCRIVO)

    From Luxury Listings NYC: “Done but not done” is how New York City native and top interior designer Joe Nahem describes his Amagansett home. There’s something compelling in every corner — “not all of them showstoppers,” he admits — be it a painting, Moroccan tiles or a one-of-a-kind chair upholstered in a snakeskin-embossed suede. [more]

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