Check out the new issue of Luxury Listings NYC

TRD New York /
Jan.January 17, 2014 03:20 PM

For our TRD readers who would like a rest from talk of cap rates and tax rolls, may we recommend Luxury Listings NYC, our consumer-oriented sister magazine, which showcases the premier apartment and townhouse listings in Manhattan. LLNYC celebrates its first birthday this month.

In this issue’s cover story, we look at the best of New York City real estate: best city views, water views, fitness centers, architecture and more. Not surprisingly, the upper floors of One57 take the cake for the best city views.

We also look at how New York City families can make space in their often-cramped homes for children. Readers can get tips on space savers from elevator beds to double-duty furniture.

LLNYC also stopped by MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts’ Hell’s Kitchen pad one afternoon to talk about his ongoing renovation and headed up to the Upper West Side, where 40-year soap opera veteran Erika Slezak listed her cozy pied-a-terre for $1.83 million.

If you’re in the market for a new home in Manhattan, but unsure of where exactly to live, LLNYC also offers an extensive collection of neighborhood news items that outline new store openings, housing developments, community news and more to can aid you in your search.

Check out our bi-monthly issues, available on our website, and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Happy reading! — Zachary Kussin


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